The Bird In Hand Country Inn
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Time to fly! Met Ajay at the airport at 7pm after checking in my huge backpack. After an emotional goodbye from Terri we went through security and had a drink before getting on the plane. We had great movies and great food on Emirates so the flight went very quickly with a 1 hour stop in Dubai for Ajay to get Mcdonalds. See you in 6 months ...
... crab and lobster hamburger and Di had good old fish and chips. With our coffee we each received a shot glass full of Smarties! Much refreshed we decided to walk to Leicester Square and browse through the shops on the way. Seemed quite a walk on the map but it really was not all that far. Bought a few little gifts for our neighbours who have been looking after our house and then spent a ...
... I do like a good steak and Stilton meat pie from Sweeney and Todds, which is conveniently next to a barber shop... Maybe the pie was really Priest and Stilton... who knows? Starting to backpack tomorrow for the next month on my own. Should be a fun time - very busy as I'm hoping to cover a lot of ground, but very fun! Who needs rest or a break before classes start up ...
... visiting from China - I hadn't seen them for 7 years) Gordon home then time for a lovely dinner and wine and a final time to catch up. I'm so glad Sarah asked me to stay. She has a 10kg run at the weekend - she has really inspired me to try the same on my return - good luck - I don't know how she has the time to do all the training - but if you want a masterclass on organisation Sarah has always be the one - not sure we are really ...
... Italian this time and settled in to watch the fans in their fancy costumes stagger home from the rugby. The theme was around safaris so there were many animals and pith helmets in evidence. The games had started at 9 am and finished at 7 pm so a long hard day for the fans. But on the whole the crowd seemed very well behaved. It was great to have such a bird's eye view.
We watched the BAFTA awards for television and then went to ...