Best Western Atlantic Hotel
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Packing nearly done.
Checklist - passport , tickets, money - done.
Oh and not forgetting the selfie stick !
Feeling a little apprehensive but very excited too - not long to go for 'Jackie's Adventures' !
Thursday 30th April - just left work with a huge smile on my face ��
Friday evening , 1st May - arrived at Heathrow early after leaving plenty of 'contingency time' for M25 issues that didn't materialise . I have ...
... away from the airline desk to await our free taxi to the hotel Air India is providing we hear them telling the person behind us in the queue that "all flights to Bangkok are now full". We count ourselves lucky we arrived when we did!
So off to a ****** hotel on the edge of the airport to eat horrible food and await our flight out of the UK! Its turning cold and we don't have any coats or winter gear with us. Beers and TV and a snug room save us!
Bangkok here we ...
... After chatting for a little more, Linda gave me a big hug and about four kisses on my head until she ran off to catch her train. I sat there for a moment before moving to another bench.
Within minutes, a little old man came and sat next to me. He was in search of a newspaper to sit on when he finally just sat on his briefcase. He looked over at me and said "it's a lot better to sit on your work than to actually do it!". I laughed and so ...
... Kitchen and gained some energy to continue on to Covent Garden Markets. The buskers were amazing, particularly the string quintet. I'll attach some short videos. Magicians and tight rope walkers.
We then caught a train to Knightsbridge to visit Harrod's. Joe enjoyed the chocolate brownie and the queue behind the very tall black man with something mischievous on his shirt. You'll have to find the photo to see.
... then went to the Royal Mews where they keep the horses and carriages. All the carriages were on display including the one made by the Australian that the Queen used for the opening of parliament this year. The display also included the gold coronation coach which was absolutely mind-blowing!!!!! This was also an excellent tour.
Decided on a change of pace so we took the train to St John's Wood and found the Abbey Road ...