Astor Hyde Park Hostel
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... Needless to say, Harrods' tarts were very nearly as good as the ones at home. Upstairs, the Harrod's 2014 range of Christmas decorations had been released, so the search was on for a decoration for our first tree together! After much deliberation, we selected our favourite from a multitude of gorgeous, and very English, decorations which included teddy bears dressed as London Bobbies (police) and Beefeaters (soldiers with bearskin hats and red coats), stylised telephone ...
... Some culling of pix to while away the time until 0900 departure. Will have to resurrect the July 19th and 20th photos for the book as I dumbly deleted same now what seems a very long time ago in Estonia.
Ran into the Irish--the Hiker and Scary Mary--on leaving. It was cool out; what a joy after a full month of 30C every day. What a wimpy handshake of that Irishman, Roddy. Forgot my water but not so much an issue with the temperature. Many newer streetcars in service. ...
... through Hyde Park and had early dinner in Serpentine Cafe - great margarita pizza for the kids.
We then went to Green Park and caught the Night Tour - 90 minute bus seeing all the sites of London. Going over the Tower Bridge was brilliant.
Back home now, 11.30pm with sore feet, only to do it all again ...
... and Christian (the couple who made dinner for us in their house in Germany) said that we must see it, and I can see why now. I had a blubbering mess sitting next to me as the movie neared its end, and I’ll admit it was a pretty good film. Julie wasn’t the only one though, as a procession of women in the cinema had to go straight to the restrooms to restore their makeup situation.
Today we went for a walk and had breakfast out at a little ...
... buildings have had a fresh coat of paint, and probably now house wealthier and more gentile inhabitants that when we squatted here back in 1990. Museum of Natural History, a dry and warm and crowded respite. Like the British museum far too big to explore in one day. You can spend as much time admiring the intricate stone work, and ornate ceilings, as wondering through the evolution of dinosaurs (Paul's kids would love it here) and people, glass aquariums full ...