River Edge Inn
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At the pier, as we waited for our boat to take us back to Alexandria, we saw a fire boat come by the pier. There seemed to be no reason in particular.
Something else at the pier that caught our eye was a Golden Retriever. The dog was so used to people that all of the comings and goings did not phase it one bit. The dog reminded us of our beloved Biscuit.
We made it back to Alexandria at about ...
... saz and the Asian tanbur. The bouzouki was traditionally used for dancing and entertainment at social gatherings. It became a featured instrument in rebetika, a type of improvised early 20th-century music associated with the Greek underworld. Since gaining a wider audience, the bouzouki has become the major popular-music instrument of Greece. It is also played in a variety of musical genres throughout the world, including jazz, bluegrass, rock, and folk ...
... because we had an early wake up call for the next day. Although our flight was at 11:15, we wanted to get to the airport about 2.5 hours before take off and with an hour 20 minute trip to Heathrow from Riseley, we needed to leave a little after 7. Also, “British summer” would begin and our clocks would “spring forward” over night causing us to lose an hour of precious sleep.
As planned, we were on the road headed to Heathrow around ...
... found the ticket booth and purchased our passes to roam George's old stomping grounds for the day. The passes included total access to the estate and a time slot, which determined when you could tour the mansion. Inside the mansion, they displayed multiple rooms in which significant historical figures sat down to speak with George. It also displayed his bedroom and the very bed in which he passed. His room was arranged closely ...
... a ticket! He drove off after seeing us put our ticket on the dashboard. We walked around a little and made our way to the wharf where there was a cool art studio where artists have their own personal studios where they sell and work on their art. We enjoyed ice cream and a cup of iced coffee before heading out. We saw some cobblestoned streets that William thought were pretty cool. Old Town Alexandria had some cool little shops and eateries, but ...