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I woke early as I needed to head to the London wharf to catch my ferry. This ferry ride was going to be fantastic as it was all an day adventure, lunch and dinner was also included.
My breakfast at the hotel was a full breakfast and I ate the poached eggs with bacon and tomatoes.
It was a quick cab ride to the ferry dock and I was on board with a lot of tourists like me from all over the world. Our ferry guide was great she knew about the history of all of the sights we past ...
... br> Absolute Mandy Hunt(er) of a city.
Handy Munter. (True story).
Got absolutely ham-bapped about three weeks ago in the east-end haunt that “isn’t a ****-hole” that is an absolute ****-hole known commonly as Smackney; ‘Hackney’ to the uninitiated. And also happens to be home to the Blond Devil, who took a 30 second break from Tinder to guide me merrily ...
... but we didn't mind, as there is always something interesting to look at. Terry likes to sit in the front seat, upstairs.
Stopped at Tesco on the way home and had smoked mackerel on oat cakes for dinner.
On the whole, and with great respect, I prefer shopping at Harrods with my mother than with an accountant.
... the second we finally arrived. Ultimately, we were in bed by 2:00, which I thought was pretty remarkable.
We started New Year's Day, our last full day in London, with a hearty English breakfast and tea (with milk in it), then walked to Leicester Square to see the Shakespeare statue situated in the center of the garden (and surrounded at the moment by carnival attractions). The bard would dominate the day, and this was a good place to start.
From there, ...
... the day at 4.30pm we had drinks down in the bar before being taken on a behind the scenes tour of the hotel. Literally behind the scenes. We got to see where all the employees get to hang out (the basement) and had a look in the kitchens. Hotels really are crazy places- it must take a lot of effort to keep them running.
And so ends day one of the hotel school. It was exhausting but definitely better than being at work.