Farnham House Hotel
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... our window of opportunity to enter the Abbey for free on a Sunday. 0 for 3. Let me add that in between all of this our jaws were completely dropped. I've never seen a city like London as far as architecture is concerned. it is absolutely beautiful and in my opinion the most fascinating city I've ever been to. On recommendation from a few of my friends that have spent time in London, we continued our walk on the Southbank of London taking in views of ...
... s wife, Trisha, and finally our neighbour Jim. Needless to say our one hour shopping trip took two hours.
Oliver still wouldn't get up so Charles & I started to unpack suitcases and then cook tea. At 7.30pm Oliver came down to have tea. Charles & I watched a movie, Abigail read and Oliver played World of Tanks.
At 10.30pm we went to bed. We'd made it!
... tents and I can confirm that having 500 tents so close together is a complete disaster. People snoring, people laughing, drunken people arriving home and making a racket and people cooking bacon and eggs early in the morning and not sharing. I think it would be fair to say that not one person got a good night’s sleep that night.
The third and final day had arrived! We had officially made it and it was announced that we would be seeing ...
We were all pretty knackered by this stage so opted for home.
We decided to enjoy our cheese purchases for tea topped up with other tapas style eats. Wait rose, the posh supermarket, is next door to Jo so we called in there and bought other ingredients for our feast. I went to the PO for post card stamps and posted my first post card to Mum.
And so to bed ....... Again early! Will this jet lag ever stop! 9 o'clock seems to be my ...
... seen fellow travellers go down with illness, dehydration, diarrhoea, vomiting, loss of weight, I have sat with them in hospitals, put them in showers to cool and wash them down, shared my water and biscuits with them (I think UKtoOZ, Madventure should have shown more concern rather than to a schedule)