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... and they want us to sit closer to the action next time for a higher ticket price. Anyway it did not detract from the play.
Down to Picadilly Square area for an early dinner and off to the underground for our trip back to Harrow. The underground as most of you will know is really good in London albeit quite expensive. It is only a 20 minute walk from where we are staying and is typically no further a walk to anywhere we are planning to go.
This morning we had another great breakfast at the Crisis Cafe - pancake and bacon wrap,with maple syrup. We made another short visit to Blackwells bookstore (best bookstore we've seen yet), then returned to the hotel, checked out and took the noon train from Oxford to London, arriving around 2 pm. We are staying at the Balmoral House Hotel, near Paddington Station. This has to be the smallest room we've stayed in yet. At least it has an attached ...
... about a 2 hour stop-over in Dubai and our UK time was around midnight when we boarded the next plane, a 777. This was a longer sector and we had a sleep for several hours. The plane arrived in Adelaide a few minutes early (around 8 pm on Wednesday 27 May) and, for a final time, the driver was waiting to take us home. We were met by Amanda, Ruby, and Bella at home, which was a lovely surprise and Gareth and Joshua also came up. It was very good to be safely home and to be with loved ...
The exhibition was up high in the bridge, and there was a bit on the walkway that was made out of glass so you could see the bridge and cars underneath. It was funny to watch everyone walk around it while we just walked right over it and took photos. We both really wanted to see the bridge go up for a boat, but there is no schedule. Maybe we'll get lucky in the next couple of years! Will liked the engine room with the big ...
I has a job.
And talk about being British!
I am bow working in London's oldest pub, Lamb and Flag. If you want to know more...look in every single guide book ever. It will be in there.