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Lovely little guest house, staff very friendly and helpful.
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Trip on the ferry back to Portsmouth was OK. A bit rollie, which lead him outside for a lot of fresh air! Ferry huge. Capacity 2400 people, and there were 400 on it, so there was plenty of room and no queues. Spent a lot of time chatting with Marc a french rider who was heading over to Britian. Check out the photo.
And guess what, it was raining back in the UK. Trip to Maidstone to see the bike dealer and arrange some parts was very cool from what we have got used to, and ...
... and explore Birkenhead where mum grew up and where the dancing school began, then finally back to London to meet up with Sverre so that I see him before going home and also so I can take my helmet home. I wanted to squeeze in more but it was impossible in only 12 days in the UK. The weather cleared a bit by lunch time so I went and grabbed another bagel from the supermarket and then went to the train station to catch the overground train. But when I scanned my Oyster ...
... not too many people were noisy in the dorm in the morning so it was nice. We all woke up at about 8am when people started moving around, then slept for another three hours when everyone left. Those three hours sleep were the best I’d had since leaving Mel’s in England. How depressing is that haha.
Today was what I had been looking forward to for a long time, Harry Potter Studios!!!!! I was like a little kid again practically bouncing up ...
... day or night. I see few teens or adults here with phones in hand, texting..some making calls..but cell phones don't seem to have the same status as they do in the states. It's either because marketing is fabulous in the US or the wifi service is generally poor or extremely expensive here. I think it's good for the girls to realize a few hours a day without texting is not the end of the world! I doubt they ...
Our day began a little later than we planned by virtue of the fact that our alarms went off and neither of us cared much about getting up--we had planned on beating the morning rush to the St. Pancras International train station where we were going to drop off one of our bags to go ahead on the train to Paris for us to pick up there (because even they have baggage restrictions.) However, it worked out all right because by 11:00 when ...