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... contemplated swimming. Once disembarked found way not well sign posted but got there. At the ticket stop sign saying the Temperate House ( which was main reason for coming as saw the beautiful exotic plants inside on the David Attenborough series) was closed for restoration - not a good moment! Did the trip around on the Kew Explorer first and saw peacocks and Egyptian geese. The commentary was good and the oldest trees and attractions were pointed out Gardens are ...
Today we left Stratford Upon Avon (eventually). How Bill got round all the one systems with all that traffic and all those tourists I don't know. Not that I got lost three times round the same one way system! We got to a launderette (I get told off for airing my dirty washing in public, so I shouldn't tell you about it)! I had to go back to the car and on my way back I noticed that someone had been tap dancing on the ...
... Bra Joe and his family ( Monica, Tawanda and Simone-Lolipop) did phone at the appointed time and wished me a safe trip to Brazil. I did my last minute checks and packing. Thank God, at lunch time, Chris Brown had accompanied me to TKmaxx to buy a laptop bag - a Victoronix - which turned out to be very handy as I manage to pack some books to read during my month long stay in Brazil. My travelling ritual is that I always have sadza, ...
... large planes arriving at the same time as immigration was a long, long line. The bonus was our bags were already off the carousel and waiting. Since we had nothing to declare at customs, we breezed right through. Found the bus to transfer us to Gatwick and settled in. Very slow going and took about two hours. Then we had to track down the stop, route and bus to deliver us to the Ibis. But hey, we made it! Having a bit of a rest then heading out to a pub down the street. I ...
... and/or what Winston Churchill was doing. It was fascinating to say the least.
The long days afforded us the time to take a walk through St. James Park and Hyde Park. We stopped at a restaurant on the large pond for some wine and bread. We’ve truly enjoyed being able to take London in at a slow pace.
Walking home at sunset we passed a Ferrari dealership. I couldn’t ...