Dolphin House Serviced Apartments
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It took us a while to decide what to do today. We have a London Pass, a prepaid ticket (109GBP for 6 days) that gives discounts or free entry into loads of places (although not some of the biggies: Mdm Taussaud's, the London Eye) but I wanted to make sure we got our maximum value from it. Thumbing through the guidebook last night I noticed the Charles Dickens Museum was in the list of attractions. Stephen had no objections, so there was one stop taken care of. And ...
... we got done chatting Rob had gotten into London and was waiting back near the apartment. I would call the area where the apt was the financial district of London. I felt super out of place during the day when everyone around me was either wearing business casual or suits and I was strolling along in my walking boots dragging my rolly bookbag haha.
Thursday morning was a crazy time because I moved our stuff from the apartment to the air bnb we were ...
... was gorgeous and the Phantom as usual stole the show!
After the show we met Katie and Dani at Waxy O'Conners for more to drink and a dance! Then since we got kicked out before we felt that the night was actually over- we went to The Walkabout where "baby DJ" led us on a very unsatisfactory dance... and my shoes literally stuck to the floor so that I could barely move my feet.
Not really a successful Walky night... so then it was home time!
... while Diana and Olivia went on. the queues were not long so they were back within an hour. They enjoyed it although there was a fair bit of smog around. we took the bus back to the hotel and the kids had a bit of R&R while Diana and I went down to the Stanhope tavern ( about 5o metres from the hotel) which was my local from 20 years ago. We sat outside and watched the world go by. It was very enjoyable. We decided we would ...