DoubleTree by Hilton London Heathrow
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... was still with me so we spent some of the meal holding hands (awwwwww). We were assessing the meal in every fine detail, and when we found out the main course was, we weren't even close! It just goes to show that you really use your sight the most when eating food. At the end of the meal I also realised I had been staring down at the table the whole time, even when I was speaking across the table to Tom, or to the people who were sitting next to us. Finding out the main course ...
... sights. We got on a boat, which took us down the Thames to the Tower of London, the London Eye, and the Queeney part of town.
Along the way, we say lots of old and new buildings and structures. The sun was shining and it was about 28 degrees I think. I took photos of everything I could, until I realised that MOST of the buildings were grand and beautiful, and I couldn't possibly capture them all. My favourite part ...
Some rain overnight and a cloudy much cooler morning as Mark pulled away at 8am. Mark and Nick needed to work hard to get away from bank and eventually putting along for our last day on the canal. Made a beautiful breakfast for us all with Anna of fruit..pineapple, blueberries, raspberries and strawberries with rhubarb yoghurt...yum!!! Thru the sharp s bend of The Aqueduct..honking horn loudly to notify oncoming vessels...then eventually to our last lock ...
... lost mine from my doctoral research of two and a half years ago. New pass having been obtained, I had to go down to the locker room where one must leave most of one's belongings. The only things allowed into the reading rooms are graphite pencils & sharpeners, sketchbooks, computers (silenced), mobile phones (silenced), a wallet, the Readers Pass and the locker key. Clear plastic bags are provided with the instructions printed on them. ...
... up with Kirsty and Steve, both South Africans who live in London with their three kids. Kirsty is the sister of Travis who works with Warwick. She's been there for my boy and gave him a family Christmas. Her boys love mine. He always manages to find some kids and make friends with them! We ate at a burger place founded by some Kiwis. It was fabulous and the manager recognised my ...