Marlin Apartments Limehouse
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So the day has come and were Heathrow bound! In typical south Wales fashion we have to wait 30 minutes in torrential rain for our bus!! At least its not overcrowded..and 3 hrs provided enough time to get semi dry via the overhead cold blowers!!
At first it was a little upsetting to leave our mothers when we were stranded on the bus stop ready to leave for 6 ...
... of dropping. The doors opened and we were welcomed by the guy that just showed us into the lift and he thanked us for coming and instructed us to exit to the right. I pointed out that if that was it, that was the most expensive $100 2 minute experience I’ve ever heard of (at least since I left Bangkok!). He looked confused, pressed some buttons and we headed back up.
Back at the 102nd floor we were shown into a ...
... height: 25.5599994659424px;">Hyde Park is my place.
So I stayed.
I lay down on the grass, and just looked up.
I thought about the first day.
When a scared, tired, jet-lagged 18 year old lugged a backpack through streets that were unfamiliar.
... Keith, as he's known,gave us a quick brief on tomorrow's happenings so looks like an early start. After our check in to our room Greg was quick to get started on our whereabouts. Couldn't believe that we were so or so close to oxford street. First stop to buy a pair of runners for my poor feet. Hope they survive a couple more months. Unfortunately the photos I took of Marble Arch were on the little camera so can't download them yet to iPad. And forgot ...
... Shakespeare live is very different to reading it. Plays at the Globe are also very interactive which is very much like it would have been in Shakespeare's time. I think the actor playing Lancelot regretted pulling members of the crowd on stage. The first woman he plucked from the groundlings was shy and awkward. The second woman was a ham and proceeded to upstage him. It was amazing to watch a play under open skies and thankfully it didn't rain as predicted by BBC ...