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... touring today, Judith and
I decided to cook dinner at the hostel. Back in our room, I struck up a
conversation with the girl sleeping in the bunk below me, and her friend. It
turns out that they are named Damjan and Laura and are from Slovenia. Another
bunkmate, named Kim from Korea joined our conversation and we soon decided to
head out to a bar nearby our hostel.
The St. George Inn was established in 1564 as a way station for weary travellers. ...
... this tour we made our way to Churchill’s War Rooms and headed down into the bunker where we were amazed by the number of items of historical significance that are on display as well as the recreated war rooms. To do the exhibition justice I think you would need to return several times as we were on information overload by the time we left and had only seen half of the exhibition.
Once again Trevor opted not to join us for the afternoon program ...
... designed to save time but don't. Instructions that tell you to put your passport in the wrong way to what the machine wants etc and then you still have to queue up anyway - what is the point ?!
Finally got onto the plane and had a nice 6 hour flight to Toronto. Watched a couple of films (The Mancurian Candidate original with Frank Sinatra - very good) and read some books to pass the time.
... holding 296 passengers. There are 4 restaurants on the Cloud – The Restaurant (main dining room), Pool Bar & Grill (in the evening this becomes Hot Rocks), La Terrazza (buffet breakfast and lunch; in the evening, this is an Italian restaurant) and La Champagne (a specialty restaurant created by the Grand Chefs of Relais & Chateaux).
We went to La Terrazza for lunch and were spotted by our good friends Wes & Ida. ...
... to stay together. He would not be instructed, so our manager, who was doing a fine job, just let him try to recruit what she called “aggressive walkers.” I have to use the expression here, LOL. I knew exactly what their day was going to be like. I traveled with someone who wants to see everything on the list in record time. Not fun. I prefer my friend Sue’s method—let’s see something in our own time, then sit and have a drink ...