Easyhotel London Heathrow
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... I am not sure I would want to. It is scary traffic! I could have sat around just about anywhere and people watched all day. I found it different in that people do not say hello as they pass you (ie: sitting outside in front of the apartment) very often but I guess when you live in a city of 9 million it becomes the normal not to. I have also never been somewhere ...
... into the car and I tried to inject a little bit of humour by copying the Broons antics at the airport and performing a few steps of a Highland Fling before I got into the car.
We got to the airport, returned the hire car no problem, then checked in and got our luggage booked all the way through to Gladstone. We headed upstairs to Departures, cleared security and settled ourselves in a bar with a couple of vinos. I was watching the board to see what gate we ...
... them. Years of this has led to the richest and most varied book collection I have found in my entire life. No op shop finds, library excursions or visits to friends houses has left me with such an appetite to delve into books. Titles like 'A Collection of the Ugliest Cars in The World' sit beside 'The Constant Gardener' 'Economics for vacationers' and 'Travel Western Europe By Train' There are other treasure troves too. A cupboard under ...
... Chris Cole in the WSP Head Office. He wanted to see how an engineer in charge of 15,000 staff was accommodated. I decided to head back to Buckingham Palace to watch the Changing of the Guard. It was lovely to spend a slow morning, walking through the beautiful gardens and then taking my place on the steps of the Queen Victoria Monument to watch the Parade.
We met for lunch and then wandered through the village of Westminster before heading back to ...
... cabinet bunker, Houses of Parliament, St Martin in the fields, Westminster Abbey, Trafalgar Square, Nelson's column, Wellington arch, saint James park, 10 downing st, horse gaurds, Whitehall, and Big Ben! It was a wonderful day with plus 15 weather! I learnt some interesting facts on the tour as well. If you are walking about London everyday you are going to be seen on the CTV security camera 200-300 times a day. The London eye was ...