Gatwick Little Foxes Hotel
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... the buildings have grandeur they are tired and spotted between them are the concrete block buildings of the post war and communist era. Upon exiting the bus we find a taxi and off we go, a quick ride only 5mins away is our hotel and now it is all looking up and more what I expected, the buildings are of a likeness to some of the most impressive Art Nouveau style grand houses I have seen, carved on varying levels into the wooded hillside, I am now very ...
Chorus 2015 events on at Southbank over the weekend so headed down to listen to various choirs sing, and also join in some of the drop-in sessions they were holding in the afternoon with a new song being taught every hour.
It was good to be singing again.
And good to listen to a few groups - rule some out as not for me! Plus a couple to add to ...
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You know who you are!!!! We are going to miss you guys. Back in 5 months though and it will fly by. Well hopefully not for us!! : )
Finally our back packs are packed. We have so much stuff!!, sleeping bags, roll mats, sleeping liners plus clothes, sun glasses, watches, caps etc.. that will have to last us for 5 months. Yikes. U peeps don't know how big my wardrobe is.
Well we are finally off on our travels. We have said 'farewells' to our children and their children (that was not easy!!). We had a Boonmas dinner on Sunday, 19th, a fabulous noisy early Christmas lunch with everyone present. We had a last supper with Rachel, Rich and Matilda on Monday, with Ian, Chloe and Archie on Tuesday and with Phil, Liz, Olivia, Martha and Ivy on Thursday. I then saw all of the grandchildren on Friday, even though there were lots of cuddles I am not sure ...