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... girl which is why we were able to stay with them. They're in the middle of doing renovations but they're on hold for the moment.
We dumped our stuff, got changed and chatted with Nick about what our plans were for the day. We had to get in to London by 4.30 to get our London Pass before the office shut down so Nick described what train to catch and off we went. There was a closer train station at Castle Barr Station but it's not part of the main track so doesn't show on ...
... arrival of my brother and his family and guests.
The day also gives us an opportunity to invite our many other friends and relations that we cannot accommodate in the modern weddings where venues are small.
Many many thanks to all who attended, you all made it a day to cherish for all of us.
... was out so it was pretty quiet on Saturday night so we could sleep.
Sunday morning, we ate breakfast and “checked-out” aka left our keys in the room. We went to King’s Cross St. Pancras station to leave our backpacks. It cost £10 per item to leave our stuff there for over three hours. If you really want to know how much that is USD, you can look it up. Its super depressing and I don’t even want to talk about that obnoxiousness. On ...
... We had japanese with Ricky and Ervina to congratulate them on their upcoming nuptials, we farewelled the Great Wall with La La and crew, we wined and dined with the Preston Manor crew (mrs and bubbas too) at Blue Zenzer and enjoyed a nice dinner at Duke of Wellington in Notting Hill with mum, dad, Preena and Scotti.
We will miss our family and friends in London but look forward to the next stop on the trip - Hola Guatemala!
... it surprisingly interesting and wanted to stay longer when I asked her a few times if she was ready to go. Our next adventure was a visit to Piccadilly Circus which is not a circus but a shopping area. I remember it being more brilliant with building sized billboards and bustle and it had some of that but we were certainly spoiled after seeing NYC's Times Square last year. We had lunch in the area at a grocery store / take out joint where you could buy your food then eat it in ...