Grange St. Paul's Hotel
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Belinda & Ali left us about 10am this morning for their flight to Singapore for a few days R&R. We caught the bus to St Paul's Cathedral, we climbed the 597 steps to the top of the dome, well worth the huffing & puffing. We caught a bus to Waterloo Station, boarded a ...
... and got on a bus out to the Great Wall. Unfortunately in Korea I twisted my ankle, so I had to sit out some of the optional bits - but we had an amazing day clambering around on a quieter section of the wall. It is amazing how steep it is - and soldiers used to march up and down it! There were sections that we couldn't even walk along and had to crawl. After a couple of hours on the wall we then sat down to amazing banquet, which was ...
... it is easy to to notice two things. One, the ground is not that big. It is a standard size for English grounds but small compared to Australian grounds. Definitely smaller than Bellerive. The other obvious point is that the ground has a noticeable slope from one side to the other, about two and a half metres we are told. That's what assists a lot of blowers over here and Glenn McGrath particularly liked the slope on Lords.
The grandstands are not all ...
... shops and other attractions which attract thousands of families to London every year. In terms of accommodation, the best option is doubtless to go online and book one of the many family rooms around Edgeware Road. Although a family room may cost a little bit more, the extra money will be well worth it in terms of the space and comfort, because making the most of London is an exhausting business, and there's nothing worse ...
... stranded passengers I remembered why I never doubted returning to Salone. The people are lovely. Warm, kind, patient and friendly, they accepted their plight with grace and dignity. We helped each other to the hotel, back early to the plane the next morning and through an hour of rerouting through Monrovia. People didn’t get mad and rude they laughed and said, "All things to God!" ...