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... of the Duke of Marlborough’s family – a very simple burial place for a very memorable man.
Satisfied with our visit to Oxford, we headed to London via Alton (a bit out of our way) where Greg could buy some bits and pieces for his bikes at R & G Racing. Luckily they threw in a helmet bag with our purchases as our suitcases just wouldn’t have coped!
Our last 2 days would be spent in London - you can never have enough time ...
Another early start to the day..waking up at around 0430 again...laying in bed trying to go back to sleep then finally giving in and getting up at 0530hrs...caught up on emails etc while the wifi was still current... Downstairs for breakfast and it was great, heaps of hot food..we filled up so we didn't have to get lunch (budgeting) It's great to get a proper cup of tea, not like in Canada or America. We decided the best way to ...
After another great few days in Barcelona it was time to say goodbye to Jrod and Eloise (for now) and head back to London to await the arrival of the parentals. After a uneventful flight and a short train ride down from Stansted I was back in London and checked into my old hostel in Kensington. I jumped the tube and met the girls up at Oxford Street while they finished their shopping before heading back to Earls Court for an early dinner and a quiet night ...
... had been over for a week to improve their English. Her English was very good and when she found we were from NZ, she would have talked all night to us. She loves LOTR and the NZ accent and was interested that we were dairy farmers as her father has a piggery and 100 acres.
We finally left them to find some dinner and found a place upstairs called Eat where there was a good snack bar to choose ...
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As you might expect from the maritime centre of the capital city, Greenwich has been used to film a number of epic movie scenes. The Old Royal Naval College was used for the riot scenes in Les Miserables, the carriage chase in the opening scenes of ...