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Hola! Still in London, with 3 weeks to go before we're on our way to Costa Rica. We're very very excited! I'm doing my best to learn Spanish before leaving! Thankfully, I've got Audrey who can speak good Spanish. Otherwise, we're busy getting everything ready before setting off. We're getting there, slowly but surely! Nick & Audrey
... those British Monarchs (or their advisors) were very clever. The stone that they use for all the buildings (over 900 years old) is amazing - it is a self cleaning stone!! All you need is water/rain (no problem in the UK) and Bob's your uncle!! The grounds are stunning (H wanted to play soccer or even just walk on the grass - just 'quickly') and we were very lucky to see the Queen's private garden - that is at the back of her private residences ...
... then to Victoria's secret, we didn't have much time because five o'clock we were supposed to go get Caroline at her school. We did that, but one hour earlier. So we decided to go to a swedish store to buy candy.
Finally, the clock became five and Caroline was very happy to see me. She had painted some drawings to me, which was really cute.
Soon we will go get Phillip and then home again to make dinner. ...
... per person... Who wants to hold Noahs play dough this time?? - 'you have an umbrella in your bag mam'... (No s**t!!) 'where is it located in your bag so we can take it out?'... ' (your guess is as good as mine MA'AM!) - all tablets and phones/ wallets etc have to go through separately... Why don't I just empty my entire bag out??!!! -"Noah.... Walk through that doorway on your own to the Asian dude" - not to mention gathering all your belongings back together while ...
... they all lived in Hampstead and surely strolled in the park). Just another really cool part of this amazing trip.
We headed home on the late side of rush hour (via the Underground), and were packed into a hot train car like sardines. Luckily, as Nancy pointed out, everyone appeared to have used deoderant today. This train ride (actually, it was two train rides) was the closest I've ever come to having ...
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