DoubleTree by Hilton London Heathrow
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We are woken by an early morning call at 6:30am and enjoy an excellent breakfast at the hotel. West Drayton taxi turns up early and we're off the T5 for our flight.
The flight is scheduled as being on time. We check in and are offered an upgrade but we decline it as the offered seats are in the middle of the plane with no window seat …
... lost during the day which would have been easy to do. The driver was also first class but did not take any nonsense from over zealous parking attendants and the lady controller in the bus station. He was overheard at one point referring to her as "Thunder Thighs."
We were taken back to a central point in London and dropped off. On the way, we were driven down Fleet Street and The Strand, both famous streets for very different reasons.
We exited the tour ...
Finally get to Heathrow, takes half an hour for row 79 to start exiting, but we are here.
Next, Place has to walk the mile or so to immigration. Her knee makes it. We reach the immigration far queue. 45 minutes later we are through.
We booked a private hire car to meet us and take us to our hotel at South Kensington. We look for a guy holding the "Mr Nolan" sign, can't find him. Searching the crowd we see a ...
... sense of achievement. This was also evident in my Skywalk around the outside of the Auckland Tower and my skydive over the Great Barrier Reef. Both things that I have said that I would never do!!! The most emotional period was that around Christmas and New Year. The news before Christmas that former colleague Claire had passed away at a tragically young age was a big shock. It proved to be a driving force behind me deciding to make the absolute most of this trip and to do ...
... night scenes (which probably explained the ridiculously long siestas that locals took!). We were shocked at the state of the Argentine economy and the farce of the governments’ authoritarian monetary policies, which forced us to undertake a detour to Uruguay. We feasted on some of the best steaks I’ve ever had the pleasure of eating and drank the finest wines of the continent in the Mendoza valley.
In Chile we learned about the horrors ...