Apollo Hotel -- Bayswater
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... was on). So if I left I'd be taking another chance too. Was it worth it? I've already survived one night and lived. It's only tonight and tomorrow and I'm done. I don't ever have to see this place again. Maybe I could just deal with it? I have exactly one dry pair of socks and one dry tank top for tomorrow. It's a miracle. Everything else is still wet. I still have clean underwear because I've been washing them every time I shower. Tomorrow is my last day to explore London before I return ...
... pick your suitcase up from the plane itself. We travelled light and only had one suitcase between us so once that had arrive we skipped through the light presence of boarder control and jumped in a taxi. When we got in the back of the taxi there was a girl sitting there, of course being british we were polite and said hello, in the front was a young man. It turns out the Greek taxi drivers like to make their money - they dropped the other couple off at their ...
... it turned out there were 5 comics and 3 of them were really good.
Back to more late night Indian food (a different place) that turned out to be really good. We were the only customers there. At one point a rat ran in the front door and they could see that Katie and I saw it and they were mortified! We didn't mention it :-)
So tomorrow is a no Tube day! Should be interesting!
10,713 steps today equaling 4.69 miles
... convertible. Good to see the Brits are so positive about the prospect of sunny weather. Chipping Norton isn't quite as good as Chipping Campden but it was on our way.
Today we searched in vain for the prehistoric Rollright stones but we did find a couple of interesting villages with thatched roofed cottages before we took to the motorway for High Wycombe and then London. Peak hour Friday afternoon traffic through ...
... supposedly, the Mayflower sailed from, en route to America, there is of course a pub there. And near the Brunel Museum is the remains of a manor house built by Edward III.
This was probably not the best Walk I have done, and we stopped quite often to hear about what we were looking at, in biting wind by the river.
I took the second walk on Tuesday afternoon; this one ...