Eaton Square Hotel
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... was fantastic! I don't think I have sat that still or been that attentive ever. The dancing was enchanting and the story easy enough to follow if you were already aware of the premiss. Again, I have found something else I will visit again and again. (and I'm sure I've said it before, but the ginger ice cream is ...
Sorry it has been so long! I meant it when I said I didn't want to waste any time that I have left here (which is 9 days!). I have a lot to fill you in on so I will start with last Wednesday, the 26th of November.
My alarm goes off on Wednesday and I jump out of bed, excited for what was to come that night. Adrian was at the airport back in Chicago waiting to get on the plane. It had been over 2 months since we've last seen each other! All day at work ...
... Van Dykes etc. The Royal Mews is where the carriages, cars and horses are kept in the old stables. There were several carriages on display. All looking like something out of Cinderella. The one used to take the King or Queen to be crowned is 4 tons of gilt. The queen takes a lot of interest in her horses. She names each one and their stalls are large and immaculate.
At the palace itself, we ...
... removed the
inner frame around the door. Those electronic locks certainly are secure.
Eventually, he managed to push the latch that was stuck and the door opened to
everyone’s surprise. This took the better part of two hours. No sooner had we
got inside, than an apparition appeared at the window, clad only in jeans, with
a shaved head and his face half covered with ...
... names weren't on the list of arrivals. Now sitting at an airport for 9 hours and travelling for over 24 hours this is not what you want to hear. "Welcome, come in your room is ready" is what you desperately desire to hear. Fortunately after a half hour walk and a bowl of fries (note to self, order chips in future) and a bottle of ginger beer, it was sorted and our room was ready and we could unpack and start exploring. We started our exploring on ...