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... next to anyone who had been in there.
Singapore airline provided great service and really nice meals, the flight from Singapore to Heathrow saw us in our winter coats and blankets as it was crazy freezing for the first 5 hours.
Arriving was fast and simple. Driving around the airport wasn't a problem and parking a breeze. Overall the journey here was as pleasant as possible for such a long flight.
We spent 2 nights in Slough ...
... I took a bus back to the hostel. Double decker buses are kind of like lionfish (a very invasive species). At first they look really pretty and piques your interest. But then you realize they are EVERYWHERE and get kind of annoyed at them photobombing every one of your picture. Then you come to appreciate their usefulness (you can spearfish and eat lionfish). Of course the buses aren't like overtaking the traffic system and destroying it the way that lionfish ...
... and getting told that there are no finer men to marry than Scots! and that Scots Love CanuckS! hahahaha Now we have checked into the Holiday Inn in Edinburgh that has a MARVELOUS view of the Castle.. (were on the top floor!!!) getting cleaned up before heading for a driving tour and a Scottish Night out with Andy the Piper haha.. Im sure well be up for no good ! Tomorrow is a free day in Edinburgh to see the castle, museums and a whiskey tasting!!! LOVE ...
... imagine something that old still looking in such good condition. The gardens were spectacular. We loved the whole atmosphere of the town, buzzing with people & great shopping. Our next place on our tour was The Cotswolds, such a beautiful place with gorgeous houses & churches. We were a bit disappointed that we didn't stop anywhere, it was just a drive through on our way to Oxford. Oxford University is massive, 39 Uni's in total within the grounds. The ...
... beans, grain, eggs, vegetables, and Ale. I liked the Ale idea and wondered if we could adopt a similar charter at our "London Gate" Belmont. Downstairs in the museum was educational as it gave a short rundown of the Knights time in Malta through to our modern St John, it showed how driven by a need the Knights were able to assist their fellow Human beings. We saw the first ambulance which was basically a stretcher on wheels pulled by two people, according to folk lore, you could get ...