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... the food. The cats seemed totally fine with the people surrounding them - certainly a unique place to visit.
We are now back home in New Zealand after another quick stopover in Singapore at the Hard Rock Hotel and a visit to see Barbara, Joost, Sam, Yop and Pippa again en route home. It's hard to believe 9 weeks of travelling has come to an end. We had such a wonderful time and so many special memories.
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Abbey and Carol
... pictures, probably all of the same thing but at least we can look back and remember what it was like. I think we ticked off the most tourist day any visitor to London could have. After the eye I needed to rest again so I left the kids (Zarah and Andy) to continue the night out in the city of London and I caught the tube home again to for a much needed night in.
Check out was 11am the next day and we had a complimentary buffet breakfast that we were all super excited ...
... VERY inferior quality.
We then headed for Harvey Nichols. I was quite surprised, as this seemed very lower class, which was not what I was expecting. Even their toilets, which we headed for, were ordinary at best. Apparently Fortnum and Mason is the one to go to, but not this time. Our Oyster cards still have money on them, so we'll have to come back and can go then.
The changing of the guard was due to start, so we were ...
... the yard including carving gargoyles faces that apart of the wall structure. Hi has 3 ancient tractors and has a large garage, that never sees an automobile (full of stuff, tools etc.). They took in two cars down to town to a pub where they had made reservations, and picked us up after dinner. Paul went off to play skittles (a version of candle pin bowling). After a good supper and beer, wine and cider, we crashed and had a great nights sleep, awaken by birds singing. June ...