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... departing TODAY in 3 HOURS! While Rick was still on the phone without the tickets being finalized, I finish our packing, pay our B&B bill, cancel the next day’s taxi and order a new taxi for RIGHT NOW. The room is filled with excitement as we ponder the thought of leaving today, one day early.
Today’s flight out of London has the shortest lead-time of any of the MANY flights ...
... via The Royal Mews (stables and coach parking to us commoners) another LP event. The Notting Hill Carnival was very vibrant and dozens of police present. Makes you feel quite safe. Very noisy but not too much drunkeness. Maybe that comes later because it's only about 5.30pm! Anyway, we're home at 6.15pm and will down a vino here and walk up to The Goldsmith's Arms for tea, come and plan tomorrow then ...
... on to Newport.
We arrive at the Premier Inn and are grateful to see a restaurant connected to it. The sun is barely beginnings it's ascent despite the late hour. We sit outside on the patio, a large grassy area. The boys run around on the grass, somehow managing to still possess some energy, while Chris and Elizabeth sip their beer and marvel at the sheer magnitude of being in the UK. Sleep comes easy to all of us, the boys not even putting up a fight.
... we sampled special cheeses from all over England.
Other stalls included smoothies, bakery, meat, antipasti, coffee, plus the stalls for a quick bite including a curry, wurst and burrito.
We were so full after all of our samples that fitting in a meal was a big ask, but we trooped through!
Full to the brim we headed home, safely knowing we didn't need to eat again till tomorrow.
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... meticulously kept and it actually wasn't all that busy. We headed straight to the State Apartments and the Doll Room. Queen Mary's doll house didn't really do it for us (however, it does have running water and working toilets), so we kept on going. The State Apartments were where dignitaries stayed when visiting the empire. Now, mainly they use
them to entertain. The rooms are enormous and many are gilded with gold leaf. Where there isn't gold, there's usually paintings. Where ...
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