Hilton London Gatwick Airport
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... little paws. Then he ran down the side of the tree, onto the ground and went foraging for more food - entirely unbothered by us taking photos of him. I know that to locals squirrels aren't very interesting, but they're so adorable. From Hyde Park we took the bus into the centre. The bus was pretty busy so we went up to the 2nd level trying to find somewhere to sit but every seat was occupied so we had to stand as the bus lurched this way and that. Bus drivers in London are not very ...
... and very chilly and we were for most of the time surrounded by cloud. We did have patches where we could see the potential for beautiful views and these we really appreciated. Malcolm had left his jacket in Paris at the end of the first week. He accidently left it behind – it was hanging behind a door and it was the only real warm clothing that he had brought with him. Until today, the weather has been just right for a shirt and ...
... in a cottage garden setting and loving the established trees. We even saw healthy horse chestnut trees which reminded us of what ours used to look like:(
Will and Julia have quickly adopted an English accent and entertained people on the trains with their Imitations of "This is Piccadilly line service to Heathrow terminals 1,2 and 4. The next station is Oxford Circus. Please mind the gap between the train and the platform". They'll perform it when we get home- funny:)
... James is a friend that I met in elementary school. In fact, he was one of ONLY two friends I had in 4th and 5th grade. That depressing trend continued but I'll save it for a psychologist) James had moved to NC from Australia and eventually moved back part-way through grade 6. After that we lost contact until sometime last year, I believe. We messaged a bit on facebook and he told me he was going to be in Charlotte, December 2013. Since I'm an absolute fool I missed him and by ...