Exhibition Court Hotel 4
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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Family rooms
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... First Class tickets for this trip. Had to go through so many carriages with my fat backpack to get there. Got to my coach, and the ticket conductor asked for my ticket. Explained it to him and he said he should charge me for a ticket but he was nice & kind enough to try scanning the QR code on the PDF in my email which i managed to open after that. So omg thank god!! Currently chilling & enjoying the wifi on the train ...
... 7 then fly back to the US and see Sarah, Larry and Lucian in Florida. I can hardly believe it.
The Globe Theater is a recreation of the one in Shakespeare’s time which burned down. It is open air, cheap seats stand on the floor in front of the stage and the rest of us sit in the round in one of 3 balconies. We got our tickets before we left home so we are on the front row of the lowest balcony. Fabulous seats. ...
... haphazardly for the next few days but he never asked me out for a drink- another male let down.
Anyway the next job was to go home and enter your ticks on the website and then you could see your 'matches.'
My personal experience? Well I didn't end up meeting anyone from the night but it was actually good fun to flirt with a bunch of guys you would never normally meet- so yea maybe I recommend it, maybe I didn't mind having been dragged there in the end.
Up and at it early today, beautiful sunny day in London. Tim acted as tour guide today - Tate Britain first stop. Wendy thrilled to see some Constables and Turners up close. thought the rest was hmm, interesting. On the Boris Bikes again, cycled around Battersea Park, through Victoria, and down The Mall. Lunch in St James Park. Tim left us to visit the Churchill ...
... approaching. The call was "caaaarrrrr caaaaaarrrrr" and flap his arms like a bird. Very funny! At the end of the walk through history was a house of horrors type walk/run thru the base of the old London bridge. People jumped out at you, you had to walk thru cut heads that we're hanging down and squish thru small spaces. Very scary in some parts but a lot of fun. Shakespeare's Globe Theatre was the next stop were we had ...