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... it was our first time experiencing Spanish tapas and we loved it. On to Billy Elliot. We had great seats 6 rows from the front. The boy who plays Billy was only 12 years old and he was outstanding as we're the rest of the cast. It was a great show with lots of humour. It went for over 2 and a half hours so we were definitely tired by the time we got back to the hotel. We had enjoyed a very memorable day exploring ...
... to accommodate all the souvenirs and gifts we'd accumulated. She always intended to buy the duffel and we really needed it, but it was quite heavy and all the stairs didn't make it any lighter. Our flight to Reykjavik was delayed 25 minutes and we were all hungry so we got brunch after checking our bags. The flight wasn't full and we had the middle seat open. That makes such a difference! We had to take a bus from the plane to the terminal, and the bus ...
So since I had let my friends down so royally the day before by being to hungover for Windsor castle, I decided to meet them for dinner and drinks after work.
And of course where did they want to meet? Leicester square- always Leicester square! It was an absolute swarm of tourists, doing tourist things.
But anyway we met up at the ...
... and somewhat teary - farewells of last month. We had a quick drink and then I went off to the theatre to see Les Miserables. I've already seen it once in Canada and once in London, but I thought I'd go see it again since I had the chance. My seat - which was marked as having a mildly restricted view - was dreadful. I suppose if one was a giraffe one would have been able to see moderately well, but for little short old me, it was nearly impossible. Luckily I was able to scoot ...
Today we woke up and spent the entire morning and early afternoon lounging in the flat.
I was still not feeling 100% and we felt like we needed to make a plan for the rest of the week as to what we want to see.
We now have some things lined up and I'm looking forward to finally seeing some of the London sights.
Tomorrow evening Dan is going to join us at some point and go to the theatre with us so ...