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I woke up at 6:15, had a short shower, had a quick bite to eat, checked out and walked to the airport.
I was one of the first to check in for my flight back home, so I had plenty of time to get through security and the duty free.
The flight back home was shorter than the flight to London by 1 hour (strong tail winds) and there I was, back …
After a short (and hilarious) "breakfast" at the hotel, I walked to the airport and took the bus to Golders Green, where my sister picked me up.
We spend the morning and early afternoon at home, eating, talking, playing games and watching a movie, and later took a Tube to Covent Garden, to view the Christmas lights and tree.
We then had a …
After an uneventful flight (with a baaaaa seat, thanks to EasyJet), I've landed in Luton airport and took forever to clear immigration and get my suitcase.
i then walked apx. 10 minutes the my hotel at the airport.
I got room 550 on the 2nd floor (the highest one of 4 floors at the hotel).
The room was VERY heated when I entered it at …
... bland and so walked back to the hotel via Holiday Inn and Ibis for a couple of cleansers. Then hit the hay.
Up for Breakfast, which was at least recognisable and then Grant drove us to the Assessment Centre. He would be in there for 3 hours and so I took off to see the joys of Luton town centre, of which there were a few. The weather was sunny at least and so I wandered about taking a few snaps of the more architecturally interesting ...
... us. We sat right at the front and were therefore directly subject to the driver’s garrulosity.
In the rush I hadn’t taken the time to go to the toilet en route, but never mind, the bus was advertised to have not only comfortable seats (true enough) and WiFi (didn’t work), but toilets. Unfortunately one of the first announcements from the cockpit was that because of the disruptions from the storm, there had been no time to ...