Firs Lodge Bed & Breakfast
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... the bus and back there. Getting a wee bit puffed by this time!
Found the BA desk and a lovely lady got us all organised - we now are flying BA via Singapore to Sydney leaving Sunday night at 21.30 and she also sorted out our flight from Sydney to Gladstone. She then gave us vouchers for the Renaissance Hotel to cover breakfast, lunch and dinner but since we were going to arrive too late for dinner she gave us vouchers for M&S so we could grab something from ...
... of them to do as it added heaps of extra time to their already massively long journey. We said our goodbyes, headed onto the train and into the city to our hostel for the night, fittingly titled 'Rest Up Hostel'. To rest up was certainly what we needed.
We had one final day in London to tick off the last couple of things that we wanted to achieve so, despite wanting nothing more than a big sleep in, we were up early again, backpacks loaded and destined for the ...
... That actually has happened to me many times during various plays I've been too; my friend who's an actor says my very fair skin reflects the light and makes me stick out of the crowd. Shivers!
Cosette, an essential, but really a minor, role was also disappointing. I found her soprano to be quite forced and her character a bit off-putting. Her relationship Rob Houchen's Marius was a let-down. ...
... in and went and found some dank food at this Syrian restaurant I saw the huge skewer of meat like gyro and had to go in. Wow was I so glad that we did we all got gyro wraps and they were awesome the lamb meat was excellent stuffed with cabbage and pepper and carrots wowza so good. After our Delish meal we went out for a walk on the town and we found buckingham palace. Queen Victorias statue, trafalger ...
... from Brussels by the Eurostar train. In just two hours we made it to London. The train was precise on time, definitely a thumbs up for that!
My ears popped the whole time though (the other passengers were complaining about it as well), so for future use I would recommend to take some ear plugs on the train.
We purchased an "oyster" card for the metro and made our way to our hotel at Kilburn, located North of ...