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Arrive in London after my much-delayed flight at around 1:45, 6 hours later than intended. The issue now is that, had my flight been on-time, I was to go to Meghan's apartment where her roommate would be, and I could get the keys to the place, since I would be staying there (nice little bonus, no lodging expense). However, with my flight so delayed, her roommate had class until 3:00, so I had to navigate the streets of West ...
... The highlight would have to be a replica area of London all made out of Lego - Big Ben, the Eye, the Tower of London, etc. They also did landmarks from around the world too. It is a Lego lovers idea of heaven. It was getting quite late and we knew we had a long trip back, so again with negotiation, we took a return cab ride to the station, to face the long return to the city.
Whilst on the train our return would be to Waterloo Station, ...
... it means is that my phone now connects to the Internet, displays my emails, synchronises with the office contacts file and constantly reminds me of everything with bleeps, whistles and bings.
Not only do I have my eight contacts, but also the contact numbers and email addresses of 300 people to do with work. The phone bleeps when I have an email and bings if I'm anywhere near a wi-fi hotspot. It does a dong when a task is due to be done (by anyone in ...
... way home again.... Funny story... That was NOT the Camden Markets. Whoops!!! Day well spent.... VERY glad we went into the Library!!
So.... Lessons & Tips learned from the last day:
1) "Ensuite" at a hostel: do not expect the Hilton. Although more pleasant than shared bathrooms...
2) Microfibre Towels: Like drying yourself with a giant Chamois... Unpleasant yet effective SHAMWOW and your Dry!! Foul. Note to self: keep for car cleaning ...
... British food, fish & chips. We ordered a large cod platter, plus a side of cole slaw. Plus the required tasting of a couple beers. The fish was huge, & other than the mashed peas & cabbage smothered in mayonnaise & Dijon mustard, devoid of vegetables. It was all quite good, though. We made our way into the basement of the establishment to a second, quiet bar where we had another round.
We walked toward the theater district in hopes of securing ...
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