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... rain we had since the beginning of the trip.
We then started the drive back to Heathrow. It was basically a day of driving, but I was looking forward to finally giving up the car and not having to drive much more.
We got on the M1 and started to London. It went without a hitch until we were just about to turn off onto the M25 for the approach to the airport. Traffic came to a dead stop. We kept seeing signs that there was ...
... to the Hippodrome, a big casino. The
little spot, called Piazza, seemed to be Itallian owned and operated and they
could only speak just enough English to get us what we had in mind. We only had a credit card so there was a 10
pound minimum purchase, so Kyle opted for a slice of chocolate cake. We got our items to go and ate on our bed
while watching Family Guy.
We finished off the night with a few Skype calls to the
folks back home. We love you ...
... Second half of the riders will be competing tomorrow.
I am back on shift at 1.30 pm. At this stage it is my last shift, but there is a chance I will pick up another. If not, I will more than likely go back out on 6th August to watch the Show Jumping Finals.
... help me work it out. Sometimes, I have to say, wait, let me think.. Aah I know what you mean. I have certainly learned a lot about communicating with people who don't speak English. The car and driver are late collecting us. I am agitated, Bruce is stressing, Ahmed looks serene. It is OK he reassures us. It isn't far to the airport. Just when Bruce is saying, we'll catch a taxi. The car arrives. The trip to the airport is fine. The airline check-in reassures us that only ...
... to walk up a set of very wide spiral staircases that never seemed to end, we found ourselves right below the inner dome of the cathedral. The Whispering Gallery is basically a walkway along the circumference of the dome where you could purportedly whisper on one side of the dome and have it heard on the other side. What was more important to us, however, was that the walkway was lined with seats where we could recover from the climb. We could look down from here to ...