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... vouchers for the shuttle bus there and back.
So we caught the shuttle bus and finally got into the hotel around 11pm. Lots of renovations seemed to be happening in it but we got a lovely room which looks straight out onto one of the main runways so we can lie in bed and watch the planes taking off and landing but since the rooms appear to be soundproofed there's no noise.
Another adventurous and eventful day in the travel life of the Porters!
... of the scale of the source. These were not cramped pieces displayed in isolation, but whole rooms laid out as the original temples and buildings were. The Room of Enlightenment was a huge exhibition space with towering book shelves and display cases showing books and specimens as seen by 18th century scholars and enthusiasts (and most scientist then were amateur and enthusiasts as well). Walking back to the station, I visited another exhibition. Having ...
... were staying in England or Germany.
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Security was a breeze and we then headed straight to "Rhubarb" for a light breakfast. Helen then headed off to the duty free with Credit card and Boarding pass on hand. Luckily for me she didn't visit the Mulberry shop. The flight leaves nearly on time and right after lift off we see evidence of the recent and prolonged wet weather in the UK There are a few flooded fields but ...
... Ben, the London eye, Westminster abbey, House of Parliament, and a coupe other spots that I didn't know about now bad for a 2 hour walk from our hostel. We got caught in a rainstorm so we stopped and had coffee at cafe Nero which was scrumptious. Then we proceeded to walk back in the rain. I am so glad they have maps of where you are on almost every corner makes it hard to get lost. I love how everything is ...