Hilton London Gatwick Airport
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... the picture as it is quite funny to see at least half of our laundry drying in the Living room. We decided to be annoying tourists today in London going to all very busy tourist attractions. Fortunately, we arrived early in Westminster to grab a few good pictures of us and Parliament, Big Ben, and other building! We are lucky we did that when we first got there because in the afternoon that area became busier than Disney world and it was full of school field trips and such. We ...
... talk shows do not have much of a draw for the youth of today. Anyway long story short we did not get into the show as so many people had taken up the special offer, but we have still been promised priority seats for a show of our choice. It's a win win situation in my book. Finding ourselves on a Monday night with nothing to do I called in the hard core drinkers in the shape of my uncle Andrew and cousin Tom. Much more fun than listening ...
... and despite no public restroom, was so grateful for a chair. I shared the table with Alex and John, antique restorers, and it was fascinating. A real English sandwich...bacon and egg on brown bread, and oh my goodness, an introduction to HP Sauce...I have no idea what was in it, but *flavor enhancing*! I was able to pass on the homemade pastries after that sandwich and was seriously glad I still had a lot of walking to do...that sandwich sank like a stone!
After debating about a day trip outside London, we opted instead to take a boat to Greenwich and return on the DLR [surface train]. Windsor Castle didn't seem particularly appealing that day; Brighton Beach - overcast & rainy; Stonehenge - a very long round trip to stand behind a viewing fence for 15 minutes; Cambridge - interesting, but many bldg.'s closed, no classes. If we had more days, we would have ventured an overnight trip to somewhere - maybe next ...