The Boleyn Hotel
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... all getting excitingly close.
As we expect to spend a lot of time on campsites this summer, we thought we'd better master one of the essential camping skills we've previously neglected. Oh yes, we are learning to play the guitar. I am reliably informed that we only need to learn Extreme's More Than Words and the Counting Crows Mr Jones and Me. However, suggestions to broaden our repertoire will be circumspectly received.
The other new thing in our lives ...
... last) and dinner at the The Rainforest Cafe on Regent Street. Beautiful Christmas lights, lovely decorated shop fronts a really fab day! It was very very busy on the streets, a real buzzing atmosphere.
After dinner we were all exhausted and Marni was close to being asleep, so we thought we would catch a black cab back to our apartment. Brody really enjoyed the ride – very different to Australia.
Wow! Somehow today is the day and I am at Heathrow airport waiting for the first of many flights! (Get an airline loyalty card if you are ever doing this, I think my points are about to go through the roof!) Until today everything has felt quite surreal. However with my backpack on and nearly every goodbye said, it certainly feels real now! Tomorrow India and beyond...I will keep travelling east until I reach the home again. This is definitely an untrodden path for me ...
... br> Once I had finished eating, I headed back to the car and drove to Outer London, which is where the zoo is. I arrived and waited in line to buy my ticket. I got to see the penguin show which was amazing and interesting, and the tiger show which was also thrilling. It was a really good day and would be an entertaining and educational day for a group and they would learn a lot about the ...
... city on bikes, starting in Covent garden we cycled under admiralty arch up to the mall and onto Buckingham Palace, we found a shady spot to eat our lunch in Hyde Park and then continued cycling our way to the museums. DAVIE took the boys to the science Museum and I wandered through Victoria and Albert Museum and marvelled at the amazing architecture, construction and beauty of all inside. We then contemplated ...