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We caught the Heathrow Express into the city, bought our one-way tube ticket and headed toward High Kensington Street Tube Stop.
Once at the hotel, we stopped out for a quick dinner (at By Ron's. I had one of the most fattening meal on the trip for me -- burger, onion rings and a Chocolate Malt, while Chas was better with a Cobb Salad), then onto setting up our charging station and into bed.
Only 3 more days.
... the trains, tubes, etc.
I guess if you live in London and break your leg, you just have to move.
It started raining right as our plane landed. So, navigating by foot to our lodging was a
wet and thrilling experience (especially when we jumped into an alcove to
escape a tidal wave created by a passing car then bus). We laughed it off and continued on through
We arrived to the Blenheim Lodge (an ...
... so wrong!
My first feeling of incompetency sprung before I had even left the country. Flying with an international flight company exposed me to different customs and accents that made my head spin as Colorado passed below. Never before in my life had I ever been offered alcohol, but flight attendants offered it three times to myself and my traveling buddy. While she and I passed on the offer believing we were underage, a British ...
... and female lines for security screening. Everyone is patted down. My syringes pass through security without question. At passport control, we choose a line where the female controller is more interested in chatting to her co-worker who shares her booth but doesn't work. Ignoring the seething crowd if anxious departees, this controller is slow, distracted and bordering on belligerent. When we step up to the window. She ignores our proffered passports and discusses something ...
... with the bride and groom outside the main entrance to the cathedral. What an amazing place to get married in. We took a quick look at the many heroes laid to rest (some from hundreds of years ago with sarcophagi eroded from age) before bidding farewell to the famous cathedral.
When we got to the St Paul's tube station, we found ourselves affected by our first Underground closure. The Central line was closed for planned maintenance this weekend, the sign ...