Antoinette Hotel Wimbledon
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... much 'needed be')
We got all dressed up, just to feel good.
Heels and all.
Lots of laughing and inappropriate discussions.
See if you can spot Mr Bean sitting next to me?
We had another Singapore sling. It was potent, however.
I managed to maneuver Athena down the stairs, shoes taken off, with careful skill til she hit the pillow.
Harry Potter tomorrow.
Ni night ...
... and fences, just to get a good spot. We managed to get a decent spot right at the front of the barrier facing the Victoria Monument, unfortunately we couldn't see a thing in the actual grounds of Buckingham Palace, so I think we missed most of it... We just saw the guards march past us with the band. Brooke was pretty disappointed the guards were wearing the Winter uniform of grey coats, and I must admit the stereotypical red coat that you associate with the beef eaters ...
... is as easy as checking into a normal hotel, just that you might be expected to shell out some extra bucks on your booking since spa vacations are expected to be a little heavier on the pocket.
The spa rooms of the hotels are generally furnished with comfortable and plush mattresses, aroma candles, some light music and all the things which are associated with tranquillity and peace as a spa is supposed to provide you with relaxation and rejuvenation. You can ...
... know as soon as one happens, which it inevitably will (or maybe not, but I'm hopeful of further entertainment).
Anyway, it's 10.15 now so I should probably sign off and make sure I don't leave my hat and gloves when I head over to my gate (another Kraków travelling incident, but it was ok, I did remember to go back for them that time!)
More soon. Hopefully.
From Terminal 5, goodbye (hopefully ...
... a coffee at Costas before going back to the hotel to get ready to go out and meet David's nephew Richard and his partner Laura for dinner.
This entailed a very straightforward trip on the underground through to Brixton (Victoria line all the way), and we met them as scheduled at the top of the stairs on the right. We then went for a bit of a look at the diverse range of food paces in the Brixton market area, which is clearly much ...