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Arrived here around 6pm. Left home just before 1pm. Had a good steady ride down. Daniel drove. James and myself in back. Poor Charlie left at ours for the duration. Geoff had previously looked on Google Earth and found a good place to eat on the way near Cambridge. Eaton Oak pub. Up market pub with an inclusive menu. We had starters and mains. I had prawn cocktail and salmon with lobster ...
... is very much more relaxing than public transport and really good value. We are in the middle of London but you would never know it - the grounds are beautiful. We arrive at the Orangery and although it's only 12 we can have afternoon tea. We opt for the Royal Afternoon Tea which includes a glass of champagne. It all arrives on a stand - cucumber and mint sandwiches, rounds of cream cheese and smoked salmon, egg and mayonnaise rolls - I ask for additional ...
A lazy morning and start to the day. Coffee in bed, catch up on the news, blog and scrabble as we settle our weary bodies. After a late breakfast, we take a stroll down to the river, cross over with the ferry and head across the field full of cows towards Petersham Nursery. So far it is a lovely day. The walk is very pleasant. The local council has been undertaking major renovations in preparation for the world ...
... in front and the stupid guy behind me kept standing on my shoes. Afterwards we took the tube home and had a rest for a few hours, before heading back into town for the musical, Bend It Like Beckham. We had amazing seats. Just 5 rows from the front and only paid £15 for them. Such a great show. We then went for a walk around Leicester Square and Piccadilly Circus. The tube ride home ...
... spoken to her after the walk and she told me how she had followed our progress on Facebook and how emotional she felt about it. She was very much in the forefront of my mind too and with her husband’s wish that any donations in her memory are made through our fundraising site she will also leave a legacy that will help fellow sufferers.
I am not writing all this for a sympathetic response as sadly I am not alone ...