London to Marlow

My friends have this secret garden behind the garages, which are behind the house. It is quite cool and a very pleasant place to have a meal, drink a tea or read a book. In a big city like London, it is nice to have a place to getaway for a little quiet time.

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The garages

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The passage.

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The path.

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My lovely friends waiting for me.

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The neighbours have a plastic tree.

After breakfast in the secret garden, we drove to Marlow, a small village west of London, on our way to Reading. There is a bridge there, in which Hungarians should recognise. This bridge was designed by William Tierney Clark; he designed the Széchenyi lánchíd in Budapest.

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We walked along the river for a little and there was a lady with a very long boat. i took some photos, then she gave us a brief history. British people are very friendly and informative. We got some ice cream, banana Popsicle for me, but i dropped it. i thought of invoking the 5 second rule because it was delicious.

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i like cemeteries for some unusual reason that i cannot explain. It might have something to do with the cemeteries in New Orleans, which are unique because the people are not buried underground.

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The moon appeared for us. It was a nice excursion before going to Reading for a few days.

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more to come…

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