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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 ...
... the Amy Winehouse statue. We are still trying to figure out what The Gherkin is all about! It looks good Tomorrow we are off the Scotland by rail Here is a poem about Hampstead Heath by Lorna Hampstead Heath, oh Hampstead Heath, Go brush your hair and clean your teeth. And just make sure there's sun to shine To show these folk a damn fine time. And the grass had be freshly mown, the wind was so fresh it polished up the dentures and the sun shone. I was very happy to be back on the ...
... wedding. Feeling confident. 11am We set off to walk to Chalk Farm underground for our 2pm tour with Mike of Sock Mob. Delightful walk along the canal. It's like another village, just gorgeous, lots of narrowboats which are permanent (some pretty scruffy) but they have their little gardens and ornaments, fairy lights, wonderful atmosphere, then not far along no boats and the rear of houses on the outer circle ring road of Regent's Park, wow, some homes they are. The ...
... Falkirk Grahamston. 17:04. 17:04 Stirling. 17:19 17:19 Gleneagles. 17:38 17:38 Perth. 17:57 17:57 Pitlochry. 18:30 18:30 Kingussie. 19:15 Xxxxxxxx Aviemore. 19:28 Xxxxxxxx Inverness. 20:06. Xxxxxxxx All was going well till we went through a tunnel and a piece fell off and cracked the windscreen of the train! Well that render the train useless, they could not ...
... bar, with tipsy old men and dark timber all round. But the door next to the public bar opens to the other side of the pub.
At first I thought we had been lead astray, as all we could see was a packed bar, old fashioned beer pumps and old mementos on the walls. But in the back corner was an archway with a glimpse of brighter walls and better lighting. This had the promise of the bistro we had been sent to find.
After we wend our way through the patrons ...