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... I had one guy called ham egg and chips and another who booked a room. Well it was a given that when I took their food over I knocked on the table and said 'room service'. - I had a lovely couple sitting at table 5, who were just so funny. I don't even remember why they were funny but I do remember it was quiet enough for me to stand leaning against the fire talking to them for half an hour. - I met a lovely family from America who had a very similar sense ...
... When I exited the Tube at the Covent Garden station, the first thing I saw was a Fossil shop. As an addict, I saw this as an excellent omen, I was certain it meant that I was in the right place. If I was in the right place, then my hotel was in the wrong place. After wandering around for thirty minutes, I realized my hotel was actually over two miles away. Oops.
Sometimes for an adventure you need to let go of the map. Sometimes ...
... new languages (although Thai looks interesting...) and most importantly, NEW FOOD. Please do feel free to follow my experiences through this blog, I will try to be informative yet simultaneously demonstrate some level of wittiness...! Bring on this first month... and overcoming the slight obstacles of Malaysia Airlines, active volcanoes and dodgy vodka cranberries (get those rosary beads out and keep praying Gran/Auntie Bea!).
... company and maybe enjoyed 1 or 2 drinks too many!
We visited the West End and saw The Lion King, which was great but we both agree that we were a little spoilt by seeing Wicked recently. The sets, although impressive, were not as elaborate as we had expected. Nonetheless it was a great see.
We both agree that the highlight of the London leg of our trip was 'The making of Harry Potter'!!! We were in awe of the entire tour ...
We took the train to Notting Hill (no sign of Hugh) and then walked around Kensington Gardens. Went into Kensington Palace and but Will and Kate weren't there. The palace had two parts to look at, the Georgian section and then a very interesting part dedicated to Queen Victoria.
We went on to Hyde Park and walked with all the summer crowds and school kids enjoying the balmy 24 degrees. There were ...