Gatwick Little Foxes Hotel
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... where shady looking characters had goods such as handbags and jerseys laid out on a piece of cloth. The amusing factor was that the owners of these stalls held four pieces of rope, each attached to a corner of the cloth, in what we presume is used for a quick getaway if police come. We actually waited around to see if the police showed but they never did.
... had to get a preloaded card. Everyone is extremely helpful and obliging. Took the train to Camden for the 2pm tour. I stuffed up ...... The guide was waiting for us at Chalk Farm Station (near Camden station) I had us waiting at Camden Station! Finally when I got internet connection I emailed them and we can take another tour when we come back. We still haven't got sims for the phone or ipad, about 5 places have told us it's a waste of money and to ...
... one section at a time on the weekends. We peppered him with questions about farming and other local ecological things. He knew the crops that were being grown and much about the wildlife in the area. He was interested in learning about us, too. Later we ran into a couple who were remaining for marathon hiking; actually they ran us down. I walked with the guy up a moderate hill (managing to keep up with him) and learned a lot about his hiking adventures and shared some my own. He ...
... Memorial Playground in Kensington Gardens. We had to wait in line to get in it was so busy. But the playground is fantastic. There is a huge pirate ship in the sand pit, a tunnel under a hill, an area with musical instruments, lots of slides and tee pees. And the Spring weather was perfect for playing.
It was the perfect ending for our first day in London. Hopefully Mum and Dad don't make us walk so much tomorrow!