Norbury Apart Hotel
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... or arriving at prebooked places. In summary of my excessive summary...all is good :) Bring on Paris and Berlin! Just so the page looks better I have gratuitously attached some pictures from around Earls Court where I am stopping over. While waiting for my room to be ready, I went for a walk around the area. Found Earls Court Exhibition Centre. Pink Floyd played there in the 90s. Sadly there was a Dog Exhibition on and at £16 (or $32) dollars entry it wasn't worth ...
... we searched for Stella's grandfather's beer Theakston (no luck ) and find the shops I wanted to go to (M&M store). It was wonderful having Toby navigate as I felt no stress and only had to concentrate on walking. Even though the day felt chaotic and disorganised at times, we still managed to see a lot and again eat enough food to feed all of Africa. It's concerning when the stretchy pants have no room to stretch further....next stop Singapore!
... and window and the Tomb of John Grover who was the Poet Laureate to King Richard II and King Henry IV. Cathedrals always amaze me at how beautiful they are on the inside, and this one was no exception, I am really looking forward to seeing St. Paul's Cathedral tomorrow and comparing the two. After the cathedral I took a lunch break at the Borough Market. I was completely impressed with how cool this was. There was food booths everywhere with peddlers ...
I don't know anyone who actually enjoys long ass flights, but I guess mine was as enjoyable as possible. No screaming children, food was okay, movies that I had yet to see yet and managed to get about 7 hours sleep over 20 hours of flying. Not too bad considering.
Arrived into London in the afternoon and jumped straight on the train to family friend Daniel's where I'll be staying til tomorrow.
Had a ...
... we immediately made our way towards the Underground (or the Tube as Londoners call it).
Tim was kind enough to not only allow us to crash at his flat but also to serve as our official London Tour Guide. When we asked Tim how to get from the airport to his flat he quickly responded with "I'll just meet you at the airport, it will be easier than trying to give directions." That proved to be very true but with his help ...