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... get us home without a layover. What they find is a delayed flight to LAX still on the ground, with first class seating available … and it’s ready to take off RIGHT NOW. No Chicago park bench for us tonight - within minutes our luggage and we are on board this new flight and heading home, at last.
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RICK & LU ANN’S EXCELLENT 12-MONTH ADVENTURE! ...
... sweet and giant strawberries from a fruit stall on the side of the street. I picked a bunch of lavender from somebody's garden to put next to my pillow. Now I am sitting in the windowsill people watching. The weather and the temperature is beautiful! Colder then I expected but still beautiful. I am about to attempted to tackle the underground train route to meet up with my parents. Will post how I go later on. Love love love ...
... Below our feet we see the tomb of Henry VIII, whom Elizabeth only just discovered is a very distant ancestor of hers through Henry's grandmother, Elizabeth Woodville, wife of Edward VI.
The boys are both complaining of being tired and Chris and Elizabeth both have to admit the jet lag is catching up; history can stave it off for only so long. We leave Windsor and take to the road once again heading for our evening's destination: Newport ...
... II was actually here for the royal horse show and was in her lounge just above the one Range. I guess this makes sense because I remember seeing a flag flying at the top of a tower and somebody saying it only does so when the queen is in residence. I had to ask which car was hers and he said that the Rovers are what she uses when making an appearance; to seem more stately. However, while she's at the castle, she prefers to tool around in her Jag. My kind of gal. After we passed ...
Today was our first day travelling alone in London. We woke up and said good bye to John and Jean as they were headed for Spain on vacation. After thanking them for everything they have done to help make our trip possible, we headed out to the London Underground.
Our first stop was St. Paul's Cathedral, which we got to quite easily. The building was simply amazing. It was filled wall to wall with statues of fallen soldiers. A notable area of the Cathedral, ...