Days Inn Hotel London South Mimms (Potters Bar)
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We flew back to Madrid with Iberia, on behalf of BA, and will not be using them again. Unfortunately, the journey wasn't as good this time as the plane didn't have individual screens to watch films etc and the main screen wasn't showing an age-appropriate film run. My headphones wouldn't plug in either, only a 10 hour flight.... Oh, and BA lost our luggage in Madrid. We have now been reunited but it was very annoying. Pete didn't know if he'd ever see his new machete again, boys ...
Up and treated to a LJ omelette! Worth getting up for! Then boys off for a look around the nursery while Leigh, kids and I get packed and car loaded up for a 10 hour trip to Scotland. Also on board was the very well loved "Rocco Theodorus" the family dog. We left home at 12pm. Straight to fuel stop and snacks for trip and we hit the M1 North. We were heading up to the Scottish Highlands to Dulnain Bridge at ...
... that had landed at the same time as it was chaos trying to get our bags. People were scrambling over each other to get to their bags and as the bags went round on the belts we could not see if our they were on or not. We had to wait over 1 hour to get our bags as apparently each and every one of them gets sniffed by sniffer dogs. We then made our way through customs and out onto Mexican soil. Once outside we could feel the humidity straightaway, it must have rained just before ...
... of hours are ones we will never get back. I am not too sure what the fuss is all about or perhaps I didn't fully understand the concept but it seemed that there was a lot of marching back and forth, lining up and orders being shouted but not much else. The band played throughout. The streets were closed during the ceremony perhaps to prevent people leaving out of boredom! Once able to leave we walked down the Birdcage (a ...
... grass and picnic blankets so there were definitely some wet asses in the crowd. In fact everyone but me was saturated.. I was actually surprisingly bone dry in the skirt department- must have been because I didn't move at all through the whole film!
Anyway, to summarise, it was well worth the £50 it cost for tickets! What a evening.. rain and all!
Roads... where were going we don't need roads!!!