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... to open the narrow gate and two cyclists helped Chris up the steep, sandy bank the other side. They also donated to BHF. We then had a wide, sandy path which was quite hard going and I remembered the comment on the service sheet for my bike "Do not cycle on sand again" Whoops!
This was Forestry Commission land managed by Euro Forest and they'd been doing a lot of logging near the exit gate. Bizarrely they'd left a huge caterpillar ...
... said goodbye to all his Dean Close buddies, which was sad, even for me, and also having stripped his room, once decorated in maps and tickets and all sorts of travel items, back to bare paint.
Wholly 69!!! My last full day in London and on this crazy long 70 day journey! Today I went to have lunch with John another old boss from London. This is the same John I saw on Thursday but this time we could actually catch up alcohol free. I am blessed to have worked with so many great and crazy bosses who are completely inappropriate at times but totally supportive of me and so very smart. We talked about work and life and my next career move and it did get me excited in ...
Thistle Marble Arch Hotel, arrived 5.30pm. Do not get hotel transfer, it was a 45min wait & the 45 min travel. Went to pub The Three Tons had fish & chips Yuk! Up at 4.30am for a 6.30 start. Coach to St Pancras Eurostar train. London is ...
... I picked up some lunch at a 7/11 and ate it as i walked around. I went to the imperial war museum. It was very crowded here, i saw some interesting things including an exhibit on the cold war and the Berlin wall. I did not have much time as i had lots to do today. After leaving the museum i walked back to the hostel. I was able to check in and get to my room. My room was at the top of the no lift building, narrow stairs. Luckly one of the staff carried my ...