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... bags and ran .... following Susan bless her heart I dont know how she knew but up the stairs over the platform down the stairs and around to the train (with lots of other people) we crammed on and found room for our luggage and sat a little spread out just trying to find a seat. We got in about 6;30 and didn't have too far to walk (4blocks) and got to our B&B St Edmonds. Dropped off our heavy luggage and went to find Old Cannononi Brewery. Susan found ...
... as a hat!
-Used, what I now know as heaps of knowledge, to help my hostel friend Nick find his feet with his travelling and living in London! I had no idea how much I knew until it came to helping someone who didn't.
-Had the best convo ever with the funniest security guy at the airport. Humour really does make things so much better! (The full convo is in 'What type of Cake?" Entry 140).
-Made my way to 'home' in countryside England...where I now ...
... think that given I have been living in London for three months...I would have seen London Bridge before TODAY!
Then it was off to the wet country side again and to unpack my bag.
And then here I am, fully unpacked and barely keeping my eyes open.
Keep your eyes peeled for tomorrows blog...it will be exciting!
... reorganised Rijksmuseum. Sadly as with Dresden and Colgne Amsterdam didnt do itself any favourites with the weather - sporadic showers and a little sun a bit of a shame as its a beautiful city and its 17th Century frozen in time centre is full of intriguing little areas (being elderly and boring we decided to steer clear of the red-light district and ...
On the quick hop down south to be within striking distance of Gatwick, we detoured briefly via Ely which has quite a name for its cathedral...and rightly so, as you can see in the pics below. Although I don't 'hold' with religion, I never cease to ...