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... getting more prevalent, and quite confident around people.
They generaly move with a lot of very quick, short moves, and a jumping type run.
A woman in front of us stands still for too long, and one runs up her leg - Teresa is now getting a bit panicky, as there are quite a few around.
We survive any possible attack and continue out of the Park.
Catch a train up to Leicester square (yellow), and buy tickets ...
... and more time to sit in the m25 traffic worrying if you will actually be making your flight! Oh suprise surprise....just a broken down vehicle again but let's all slow down to 40 mph anyways. That's always good fun. IT'S JUST A BREAKDOWN PEOPLE, GET OUT OF MY WAY!!! And we are off to our typical kind of start, up to mischief before we even board the plane! Cheryl kept panicking about ...
... you have to go looking for them. Let's just say that our muscles have got a workout carrying our bags up and down stairs ( few travellator/escalators as well) Fish and Chips- we are yet to have traditional fish and chips as it is easier to find pizza, curry or any other cuisine than a standard takeaway that we know. Bakeries - yes we have tried a few. Cornish pasties, sausage rolls and bridies (a square pastie without the fancy edge). Also pastries but few cakes and ...
... dinner recently and as we sat dining, drinking a bottle of Picpoul and reminiscing Liz kindly pointed out that seven years later not that much had really changed except that the venues, the food and the beverages were to higher standard.
I love the vibrancy of London, this city doesn’t sleep, there is always something happening, there’s theatres and festivals, street performances, museums and always a new restaurant to try. I am going to miss ...
Today started with a hour long attempt to get on the bus and to our new hotel. Apparently London has a no cash policy now, meaning you have to find a store that will sell you tickets to get on the bus. Whenever we asked where such store was the answer was "just around that corner". We were then told that a contact less debit card would work so we tried that. But no it can only work for one person so back to square one. Eventually we went back to ...