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Exploring London and the rest of England and giving this country the love and respect that I didn’t have before.
... the morning. We settled in to the bar of the hotel, had a drink, checked email and prepared for the opening ceremony of the Rugby World Cup. We turned the TV in the bar to ITV and relaxed.
We were joined in the bar by a couple who, like Chris, were flying out to Canada in the morning. They told us that the French Rugby Team was staying in their hotel - the Marriot - which was directly across the road from our Travelodge. For ...
... to go. Somehow they decided not to charge us for any of our extra bags so ended up with 4 checked bags at no extra cost!! We were also moved to an earlier flight to Dublin so had to get a move on!
All that was left was just to say our final goodbyes to Nick and Deb.
Finally had a good sleep & woke around 7am. It's daylight around 4 am but we were tried from yesterday's train trip to Exter (Sandford). Today we have walked approx 30 km & the girls have been laughing at the little old cripple walking the last few blocks back. Lauren, Kevin & I walked to Richmond Park where Lauren spends a lot of time, then came back for Melissa. ...
This morning, I met up with Liz who had spotted me from her can yesterday . She is staying in rooms offered by a private university here in Bloomsbury. The dining room is in 'the great hall' and is very like the great hall in Hogwarts. It really was a highlight with excellent coffee in baronial surroundings - really wonderful. So that was the heavenly bit. My next adventure was a long walk along the riverbank to Tate Britain. I had planned this so I could lay my eyes on Tracey ...