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... young chap who gave me a bowl of soup while I was travelling in Ireland. Well, of course today suited to see him! In a bit. But first I needed to go to the Great Ormond Street Hospital. I needed to give them my volunteer form to help at their Easter Fun Day. Circus with kids who are happy to be alive. My kind of day. And then it was off to Hyde Park station to meet Adam. I waited quite a while and got quite cold but you'll laugh too when you hear the ...
... only served food was pot pies. At this point I am hoping that we don't stop here...I've never had a pot pie before. But of course we stopped. The pies looked and smelled good. It's just that they were way too creamy and I honestly did not know what I was eating. That's a big no no in my brain. We finished our day at the grocery store to load up for tomorrow and the next day came before we knew it.
When I woke up I was hoping to ...
... journey to Heathrow. Once there I recognised a few of my fellow cyclists and it was less daunting having met them before - there was Sue, Adrian, Sylvia, Liz, Gill, Graham, Bill and Sue, Ian, Alan, Chris and Phil, Tom, Colin.
At Heathrow we checked in and not fancying a window seat I asked for an aisle seat, which they managed to give me.
Sylvia, Graham Wood and I had a bite to eat and ...
... Royal Albert Hall.
In the east part of London, you can visit Brick Lane, where you can relish Indian delicacies and an ethnic and traditional ambience. From there you can return to Downtown London and Picadilly circus by taking the Picadilly line of the tube. The Nearby St. James Church can also be visited in the meantime, after which you may return to Paddington. A walk down the street to Norfolk park can be made enjoyable ...
... Thames and was once used as a Royal prison; the Crown Jewels which is a vault in the Tower of London having a Royal collection of regalia, the State Crown and vestments; Piccadilly Circus which is similar to Times Square in New York; and Trafalgar Square where you can often find impromptu performances, meet interesting people and assorted backpackers in the midst of Nelson's Column, throngs of pigeons, and the famous stone lions.