Furnival House - University of Westminster
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... Christmas holidays, and any local of Mornington will tell you how crowded Main Street is on market day.
We found a spot to sit and wait for Charlotte, Laura spotted her first but it took me a bit to recognise her. We headed on into the London Dungeons and Laura and Charlotte had a pic with a creepy looking Jester thing. The Dungeon was fun with some great theatre attractions and stories about Jack ...
... the annual Blues Fest is on the top of her bucket list (she thought I was from Canada first with my accent which isn't the first time that I've gotten that here. Lori said it's probably because people are just hoping I am not an American....I hate the bad rep I have for being from the US!). For some reason, strangers like to tell me about their life. I found out that Linda just got dumped by her boyfriend, reads peoples aura's, and is "very trustworthy ...
... threat level to severe because of the brewing confrontation with the dark-clad figures of the Islamic State fighters. So while it is enjoyable to wonder amongst the images of great men and important buildings, it is sobering to think that a terrorist attack could come at any time. I don't want to linger too long on this dark reflection of our political times because we are on holiday and we need to have bright, happy and touristy thoughts.
We head ...
... decided to keep walking to the Natural History Museum. Big mistake - there was a massive line so we decided to come back another day. Mum and Dad then took us into the V&A which was across the road. Maddy didn't want to go but then she found a computer that let her design jewellery so she was happy. After that we went to Harrods and got chocolate samples and ...
... brought a GD knife through security...ugh.
I got some chicken curry and waited for them to announce the gate.
I ran into Cara in the boarding area before we headed to our respective seats, on this leg I was on Premium Economy which was still very nice.
Next stop DC and home....thank god, these flights are tiring.