Hallmark Hotel Croydon
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I arrived this morning at London, Gatwick airport after a 7 hour flight with very little sleep. With the directions provided to me by my host I was able to navigate myself through the airport to the train station. After arriving in east Croydon I transferred to a tram that took me to a station just down the street from where I would be staying. Unfortunately I had arrived too early to check in, but my host, Joseph allowed me to leave my luggage ...
... we took a guided tour with about thirty or forty other people that covered the basics of the Tower.
I don't think any of us were expecting the place to be quite as large as it was, so we spent quite a few hours there and still didn't get into all of its buildings. The favourite for Taylor and was, of course, the Crown Jewels. We weren't allowed to take photographs of them, unfortunately. By the time we left that exhibit, the yard outside was packed ...
AFTER evensong met Jess on the steps of St PAUL'S-which was so nice to see her lots of hugs!!
We walked back to Covent garden for a light meal and we're entertained by an amazing string quintet playing all the favourites.
DAVIE was so lost in the atmosphere at Convent garden we managed to loose him whilst we were buying icecream. Thankfully he made his way home via temple station and so did ...
Awake by 6 after a great sleep!!! Up and after tea, headed off on foot with Mark (a little reluctant initially) t find The Tower Bridge. Great new App of Mary's v helpful in guiding us on foot. Walked down Goldsmiths Row, passed gorgeous local pub The Albion with planter boxes and dark timber and fresh paint, passed Hackney farm, passed many parks with beautiful large trees, flowering, bmx track tucked away in parkland, passed interesting lane ways of rows ...
... I thought about those performers backstage, warmed up and ready to perform their routine again. But for a different crowd.
I went up to an usher and they showed me to my seat.
Now, you have to remember, I booked this seat. No-one else did. You also have to remember, I suck at reading tickets for a layout I don’t know.
Now think of the reaction I had when she lead me to my FRONT ROW SEAT! I have never had a front row seat before at anything, and ...