Farnham House Hotel
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... This wasn't unusual as we had passed many a store up Regent Street which exhibited many people with the same enthusiasm for any given shop. Seeing as no matter how good the discount Gucci was still not in our price range, we skipped the line through to the standard doors to the standard department store. It was a frenzy which no matter how hard we tried quickly deterred our need to purchase. It's true I wasn't made for the cut throat nature of ...
... we went into Farnham. Officially to visit their museum but Jane can't fooled me. It was the advise to park in Waitrose' car park that swayed it for her. The museum was useless, nothing really to see. Three pictures, three dummies with women's clothes from the First World War - done. It still turned out for the trip to have been worth it as we drove home with some chocolate biscuits and milk.
As it continues to rain we are going to stay home for the rest of the ...
... lunch yet. I wandered along the Thames (wrong way first then went back again) and found a nice little cafe to enjoy a bite and some free wifi. I had intended to go to Westminster abbey this afternoon but I didn't make it. By the time I ate and found a tour for Stonehenge I could get into, it was four. Knowing we had plans to go out that night I thought it best to head for home and freshen up. Believe it or not, London in September and it was muggy. The ...
... halfway of our Complete trek ,we arrived at the TUESDAY. APRIL 22nd GUBEIKO to JINSHANLIN This was a 7-8 hour trek and we did,nt anyone else and we came of the wall to pass military post and regroup WEDNESDAY APRIL 23rd JINSHANLIN to MUTIANYU The hardest day and emotional day ,another 6-7 hour trek with fabulous views ,and we started to see more people on the wall THURSDAY APRIL 24th MUTIANYU FRIDAY APRIL 25th MUTIANYU-JUYONGGUAn-BEJING Got up at 6.15am breakfast at 7 am ...
... to purchase a ticket. Whilst in the line a TV crew approached us and asked if anyone in the group was Scottish. Two of them were and so they got to sing the Scottish anthem for Andy Murray on BBC Sports.
We finally made it to the ticket box to purchase our ticket, and after two days waiting we were inside Wimbledon. It is so POSH!!! Planter boxes with Wimbledon coloured flowers, string quartet playing in the café, Large Rolex clocks on the ...