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... out at 8am so that we could give ourselves enough time. After a couple of corrections, we got our bearings and headed up the M40 towards Birmingham, about a 3 hour drive from London. Roland reminded us that Birmingham is England's second largest city so had to prepare for plenty of traffic. Roland was also kind enough to lend us his daughter navigator, which instinctively was trying to take us into the maze of london traffic rather than around it. Eventually ...
... and forced Ben to agree to cab it back to the apartment.
After a short break, Auntie Kate from London Town arrived to take us to dinner. We were shattered and it was a huge effort to walk to the burger place much less make conversation! Charley had her head down on the table and Mitch fell asleep whilst waiting for the meal to arrive. I really felt very sorry for her.
But finally it was time for bed - the best moment of the day so far ...
... Also another interesting observation is no one speaks English in England everyone speaks another language it all sounds Greek to me, ha ha but it's amazing to listen to all the other languages. It's been a long long fabulous day, not over yet though out to the anchor and hope for dinner,,or as Alan calls it the anchor and grope...one can only hope really, lol..it better be better than last nights ****. Tomorrow we are off to have a bath and see some rocks in a paddock..cheerio for ...
... is a borough onto itself. Although it has some chains such as Reiss and Accessorize, the majority of Islington’s shopping is boutiques. I found that this borough reminded me of a town near my hometown named Redbank. Like Islington, Redbank is a relaxing destination with interesting and unique storefronts as well as delicious food options. The smaller boroughs of a city are where I feel comfortable and in Islington, I felt right at home.
... br> Day 7 - Tonight we leave on Eurostar for Paris. But we have another day to explore and some more sightseeing to be done.
The sun was out early today and we left our apartment with no jumpers - it was a beautiful morning for our last day in London.First stop was dropping off our luggage at St Pancras station. We then made our way to Camden markets to explore. Lots of stall holders selling souvenirs, t-shirts and usual market stuff. Interesting ...