The King`s Wardrobe Serviced Apartments by BridgeStreet
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- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... Tiffany, De Beers. They didn't have prices on anything, but I think they would have cost heaps.
Met Morgan at wholefoods at 6.15, so just popped into a couple more shops on my way there. I think I am going to have to visit the big toy shop again - it has 5 floors, and looked very interesting. I had a burrito at whole foods which was very nice, and then we took the train to the Apollo Victoria theater to see Wicked.
... the paperwork to show we had already claimed that.
Katie was waiting for us (thank you!!) and dropped us off at her place, where we had left Diane's car. Back to Claresholm with only one quick stop to pick up our dog, and poured into bed by 10pm. We both had colds that started the last day but aside from sneezing and running nose we were ok.
So, the trip overall. It was an adventure of a lifetime and I am so pleased to be able to put ...
... enjoyed that either.
After the customs interrogation I exited the airport looking for my first adventure- the Tube.
The adventure was cheap and allowed me the cultural experience of listening in on inane, foreign conversations-- but it cost me over two hours of time. Seriously, that's how long it takes to ride the Piccadilly line from Heathrow airport to Covent Garden (which is really more of a high end shopping ...
... I took a bus back to the hostel. Double decker buses are kind of like lionfish (a very invasive species). At first they look really pretty and piques your interest. But then you realize they are EVERYWHERE and get kind of annoyed at them photobombing every one of your picture. Then you come to appreciate their usefulness (you can spearfish and eat lionfish). Of course the buses aren't like overtaking the traffic system and destroying it the way that lionfish ...
... know as soon as one happens, which it inevitably will (or maybe not, but I'm hopeful of further entertainment).
Anyway, it's 10.15 now so I should probably sign off and make sure I don't leave my hat and gloves when I head over to my gate (another Kraków travelling incident, but it was ok, I did remember to go back for them that time!)
More soon. Hopefully.
From Terminal 5, goodbye (hopefully ...