Stansted Airport Lodge
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... grumble. And the quirky shops were the most fun to wander through. As for Camden Passage, tucked just off Upper St, you enter a world of antiques and random baubles. In almost a market style setting, shops are perched throughout the narrow cobblestone side street. Outside the shops, people are selling special crafts and clothing from tables and empty nooks. The shops were so cool to look at. The vintage toy store’s ...
... against bedford. Cricketers game was reduce to a T20 after a time delay of our bus, but upon arrival we batted first,our top five batsman were all year 10s it was a day of blooding youth. I opened with Rosso who made 18 off 14 balls. G-force made his first run of the tour batting at three, T-Mac pushed it along at four and Will batted steady at five. Personally for me I didn't feel comfortable at ...
... effort today...much steeper and narrower than remembered..few shops but closed, and only 2 b&bs so v limited accommodation. Enjoyed exploring little side roads and all beautiful gardens with potted flowers, trailing clematis in bloom and down, down to the tiny harbour and Red Lion for a pint!, No where to eat but The New Inn further up the town so enjoyed dinner there..fish and chips for me..others also desserts of Spotted Dick, treacle pudding with clotted cream , ...
... so his art is not run-of-the-mill. There are some great pieces in the exhibition, and the favourite was the room full of balloons, which Will and Charlotte particularly liked. Will got told off for trying to take a photo of a small piece of paper with the words f*ck off typed in the top left hand corner!
After this, the Westons & Garretts headed back to the station, whilst Liz and I went to the cafe at the National Gallery (where I had a very expensive, and ...