DoubleTree By Hilton London Ealing
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... First leg completed without incident. We ran into Randy Hardy, former administrator of BPA on the flight to Seattle. He wished us well and extended a hello to Carolyn and Dennis, both BPA retires like us. Randy is still consulting. We enjoyed our two plus hour wait in the Club International lounge on the South Concourse, before boarding Iceland Air flight to Reykjavik. We flew Saga Class which Iceland Air's name for business class. We enjoyed complimentary champagne, followed by ...
... House. Booking the dinner meant that we had use of the table at each intermission and there were two between each ballet. There were actually three ballets, '"The Dream", "Connectome", and "The Concert". "The Dream" is the interpretation of a Mid-Summer Nights Dream and was the longest at 52 minutes; this was the world premiere of "Connectome" and had to do with connections in the brain; "The ...
... in the airport for 5 hours where I bought a tasty salami and Brie baguette for about 10 euros. Next leg of the journey was tough. Waited for my dinner before having a beer and popping 2 sleeping pills. They didn't work so I doubled my intake and quickly went off to sleep. Only for about 4 hours though unfortunately. I stayed up watching 12 Years a Slave, the Bucket List and Gran Torino. Travelling on my own wasn't too bad or ...
... be reunited with Lindsay!! Even though it had only been 2 months and we talked almost every day, it was so nice to see her - It just got me even more excited for the weekend ahead. Friday night we (Jacquie, Aly, Linds, Dave and Kendra) decided to wander around London for a bit before heading to this tiny restaurant for dinner. Unfortunately the food wasnt very good and we were pretty disappointed. I ordered fish and chips as that had been all I wanted since planning my trip to ...
... some English theatre was a must (and the Lion King was a bit beyond our budget). Such a good play, I was really pleased to see it again. The lead was absolutely astonishing! Her voice, my lord. We all left that place wanting to sing. And we did, though rather poorly.
Then we headed to Kings Cross's famous Platform 9 and 3/4. Yes, it actually exists. By exists, I mean it's a tourist destination in which you can line up to get a photo pushing ...
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