No doubt the summer is well under way and it seems like it is coming to an end but hey there are still plenty of places to visit and activities to get your hands on as a family or solo!
Shockingly, last year when I stood in Trafalgar Square to watch the race with excitement, I spotted only a few women, which means the marathon – known, as RideLondon is predominantly male. Unquestionably, it’s time for more women to get on their bikes.
The striking building is similar to a cathedral in both style and range. Boasting of arches and exquisite stained glass windows and mosaic marble floor, it is no doubt one of London’s hidden gem.
The opportunity arose to climb on one of these buses when family came over to visit and between us, we thought it would be a great experience London by bus, at least some the popular landmarks.
Currently working on an exciting post and some technical work but will be back momentarily. Stay tuned!
The fire started at a bakery and lasted four days and luckily not many lives were lost bringing most activities to a standstill. Some blamed the fire on the Catholic emancipation.
“You will never be completely at home again, because part of your heart always will be elsewhere. That is the price you pay for the richness of loving and knowing people in more than one place.” -Miriam Adeney
Whether you’re going on day trips (staying on home soil), a package holiday, travelling solo or as part of a tour group, you might want to book your coach, train, flight as early as possible.
“If you are going to achieve excellence in big things, you develop the habit in little matters. Excellence is not an exception, it is a prevailing attitude.” Colin Powell
Read one book each month then pass your finished book to a friend. It will increase your knowledge. The book I’m reading right now is You can be a pessimist by Lucy MacDonald.