The New London Carlton Hotel
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I thought that taking the tube as far out as Heathrow would be enough to set me off on a soppy teary farewell.
But it felt normal.
In fact, everything felt normal.
Even checking in my bag. And going to my gate.
Maybe I have found a way to switch off from what I am actually doing, but given today ...
... London to get a haircut, (he hasn't had one since we were in the U.S.), so he could tell the barber what he wanted done in English, so we went to look for a barber shop. We found one within five minutes of The British Museum, fortunately. The barber shop we went into was run by two Turkish guys, who were super nice and funny. When the guy started to shave off Andy's hair, I made a joke about it, and the guy waiting in line next to me laughed and smiled at me. I thought to ...
... from Vernon, who are on their way home from a trip to India. It was 30 years ago that Donna, Craig & I made that trip and so it is great fun to reminisce about what has changed (mostly us) and what has not (mostly the Indian bureaucracy, corruption and general ineptitude!!).
A day spent in some of the shopping 'hoods is a study in contrasts. First stop is Camden market which is gritty, grungy and edgy. Next stop, Oxford Street, is the home ...
... it. We definitely saw everything I wanted to see in London, and even more than I had imagined. Overall the trip was absolutely unreal. Every other place I've gone, I have always been excited to go back to Dublin, but honestly leaving London I was a little sad. Don't get me wrong, I love Dublin and wouldn't change it for the world but I absolutely loved London and this will be a trip that I will always remember and look back on saying wow that was amazing.
Day unexpectedly sunny great for walking around London. We do just that! Buckingham palace, V &A, Science Museum, TheThames, London Bridge, Convent gardens . So many people have the same idea. Everywhere we went there were throngs of people. Most moving the memorial , hundredth anniversary, for the soldiers who died during the WWI ..more than 888000 ceramic poppies are planted in the moat of the Tower of ...