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... B & B right opposite the station and next to a laundromat! Wonderful and helpful owner, told me where to catch buses so went out to Marazion and across to St Michael's Mount. Then back into Penzance and another bus out to Mousehole (pronounced Moozel), a very picturesque fishing village. Back to the B & B, to the laundromat and then to Admiral Benbow's for dinner(3pd) Cornish crab soup, scampi and a glass of red wine ....mmmmmm.
25 November : Caught a bus to ...
8pm October 2: Leaving Heathrow flying to Rome: I'm going to take a guess and guess it's about 8pm London time and we just took off from Heathrow for a 2+ hour flight down to Rome. It's been a long day and it's not quite over yet plus we lose another hour when we land. When we got to Heathrow this morning we took an Express train to an area called Paddington. After walking around aimlessly looking for our double decker tour bus company (I bought us the tickets in advance), we boarded ...
... met an unusual Londoner. He was sitting opposite me with a what a presume to be drunk/tired/unconscious girl leaning on his shoulder. And he started up a conversation with me. On a tube in London, that is a rare skill to have and it freaks a lot of people out. I was taken by surprise, but good surprise!
Some people are awesome.
Lisa xo ...
They also did this amazing slow-motion scene for the girl that won a trip to Egypt- the whole crowd got involved- craziest thing to see!
Not to mention every time they said the number 1 you replied with "up your bum!" And much more where that came from! Crazy crazy times!
But so much fun over all- would definitely be keen to do it ...
... Museum. (Kate Middleton looks amazing in her portrait.). Then to lunch at Pret a Manger which is London's version of Panera. We stopped at a half price ticket booth and got Billy Elliott tickets for tomorrow night. We then went to St Paul's Cathedral where we walked 500 stairs to the top of the dome and stood on top with rain pouring on us. We then walked across the bridge to Shakespeare's Globe Theater and then to the Tate Museum for some hot coffee and tea. Then to ...