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It was not even 11:00 when we arrived at the Ibis, but our rooms were ready. Very nice and clean and super comfy king size bed. Free wifi and hot breakfast buffet for us tomorrow morning. We have rooms on the seventh floor down the hall from each other. This is a much nicer neighbourhood than where we were for the first three nights.
After we dropped off our things to our rooms and checked our email, etc. we decided to go find Courtney a new piece of luggage ...
... the largest they do, most were two's. Once seated the waiter asked who the Birthday Girl was and asked if we wanted to start with some Champagne - Tattinger or Bolly - Rachel had not heard of Bollinger so we had some Tattinger. They then gave Simon the Wine Bible
- a massive wine list. We decided that the £4000. Bottle of Chateau something would be wasted on us so went for the matching wines to go with the 14 - yes 14 courses. Simon ordered 3 for S, ...
... great walk through the wood and over dale, ended up at East Finchley (not sure how?) but managed to navigate our way back to Highbury safe and sound via the Northern Line. Dinner at Tim's favorite local Italian restaurant (he seems reluctant to cook for more than 1). we survived what seemed the longest day and now its time for bed. the sun is still up, but not us. hoping to sleep through until after sunrise tomorrow.
... the way
from Australia and San Diego. We parted
ways after leaving Iceland to head to London.
Once arrived, we decided to take the tube (metro equivalent)
to our hostel. There were a plethora transit passes to select from. We opted
for one of the 7-day ones. Unfortunately, it was the wrong one. We then went to
the transit admin to have it sorted out pretty quickly. Walking from the tube exit to our hostel was
another challenge. We ...
... the movie. I was strangely unmoved by the whole production. I was expecting so much more and Andrew, who had already seen The Lion King, also thought that the production did not rival that of the one he saw years ago. Bronte loved it; the sets, the costumes and the singing. We have been very lucky to see four shows - 2 each on Broadway and in the West End.
After another huge day, we got back to the hotel close to midnight.
Departure day and ...