DoubleTree by Hilton London Heathrow
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... many defunct Pubs. Upon arrival at the grocery store we headed for the diet coke for Dave. I bought him some chocolate digestive biscuits and spotted some Bird's custard powder at less than half the price I pay at home. I haven't been able to buy much because of the airline weight restrictions. Delta is a little more lenient so I will rearrange the suitcase and make room for the British goodies. I am still looking for Flake ...
... Ho hum flight, not much sleep. We breezed thru Customs etc and waited forever for our luggage to appear. (feet and legs getting bigger and still no ankles in sight) Finally, off with our baggage to the arranged (meet n greet) All went to plan, man was waiting for us to appear. 8.30pm, warm as, traffic diabolical and about an hour later we arrived at our destination. OH Yes, we passed "Big Ben" much ...
We arrived safe and sound in London well ahead of time. Flew from Hong Kong on Cathay Pacific big flight full to the brim. I really had had enough by the end though. I had heard all sorts of stories about how long it takes at Heathrow to get through immigration and customs. It took us less than an hour from landing to emerging into arrivals hall. Customs. What customs? I could not believe the ...
... started thinking of the Canterbury Tales, and then Dryden, Austen, Elgar, and so on. There are hundreds. The one tomb that was most stimulating for me was the single monument for Mary I and Elizabeth I. Half sisters, but vigorously opposed to the decisions about faith that they each held. When Elizabeth died, a great many years after her sister, she was buried and memorialised with her in the hope of a single resurrection. It was either the most intriguing piece of afterlife ...
... enough junk food so that we wouldn't need to leave the flat for two days... terrible.
And we pretty much didn't leave the flat for two days... got serious cabin fever on Saturday night though so we decided we would try to go to Camden markets (for like the third time and failed again..) But we did head out to Victoria for a bevo and a roast lunch.
Monday rolled around all too soon and so we decided to have Monday off work as well, ...