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... up a taxi at the airport, which was probably the most expensive way to do it. This probably counts as a mistake. We split the 80 pound ($125) fare from the airport to Regent's. Our cab driver was really nice though. He pointed out the sights we drove by, and corrected us when we used the wrong terms (university= college,semester= term, etc.) and told us about his 5 kids (and twin three year old girls). We got here around 9:30, and it was raining of course. ...
... to get our luggage. We ended up finding all of the our luggage, thank goodness, though it took a while coming out. Our carseats were in a area for delicate items so we had to find them & then go get our car rentals. We had landed at Terminal 2 which we had not done before so it took us a while to figure out where we needed to go get our car from. We rented from Budget this time so we rode the bus to the dealer. The kids ate their lunch while ...
... were used by Dutch and Flemish weavers for many years to create huge wall hangings. There are a lot of the decorative arts displayed there and it's a museum about some popular culture as well. For instance they were opening a new exhibit by McCarthy who is a famous shoe designer and the name of the display or exhibition was Pain and Pleasure.The theme was that there is considerable pain in women's shoes in the search for high-fashion.
The way ...
After a really good sleep, and a nice breakfast at the hotel we went for a half hour walk around the area before catching the bus to T5 at Heathrow. There we booked our luggage in and caught the tube to Charing Cross.
While we had not wanted to spend a day in London on our way home it worked out really well. Bruce and Brenda had arrived by Eurostar last night and after a brief sleep they, along with ...
Went to the musical Beautiful tonight on at the Aldwych Theatre with flatmate and her friend. Tickets were up in the Grand Circle so really looking down on all the action.
Katie Brayben as Carole King has won Best Actress
in a Musical, and Lorna Want as Cynthia Weil has won Best Supporting
Actress in a Musical at this year’s Olivier Awards. Both amazing singers.
Fantastic show with lots of great songs.
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