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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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Today was a travelling day, as I made my way from Paris to London via the Eurostar high-speed train.
I left my hotel about 9:30am and headed for Gare Du Nord, one of the large train stations that service the regional and international lines. It was very busy, which I suspect is the normal state of affairs, and I looked around for the …
We arrived in London an hour late..quickly checked through immigration, grabbed our checked bags and headed for the underground,,which is actually at terminal 1 or 2, rather than terminal 3 where we arrived (lots of moving sidewalks and a few escalators)! The Piccadilly line goes directly from Heathrow to Kings Cross..I bought three Oyster cards at …
... the UK to return them to the rightful owner.
The museum is huge, and like many museums in London, it's free. What a deal. We spent 3 hours which is about one hour more than we can usually take in a museum. We scratched the surface and will definitely be back in the summer.
Later, we met up with Chris, a friend of a friend from Portland. He's a fellow world traveler and wanted to meet up with us to give us some tips and ...
... it takes quite a bit. But I was cold!! I mean I was in Montana for Thanksgiving in 0 degree weather and I was nowhere near as cold as I was at this game. But nevertheless a great time, great vibe from the crowd… especially the visiting crowd because Brighton pulled off the upset and won 2-0!!
A crazy busy day, but so much fun. By the time we got back and even thought about bed it was 12:30am, so I think sleeping in IS on the agenda for tomorrow.
... because I couldn’t do anything to help them. Or the night I (drunkenly) fell asleep on the tram and missed my stop and ended up at the tram depot, where I was told that we were near the airport, which is about one hour away from my house and that there were no more trams running or any taxis at this time of the night AND MY PHONE WAS DEAD. This then brought on tears from me. The tram depot manager came out and invited me into his office. Out came the map.