Holiday Inn London - Elstree
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... room temperature 'Reverend's Head' ale, which he thoroughly enjoyed. We did some shopping after our late lunch, Will got an excellent new coat that is super warm!
We sorted out a SIM card and some groceries before heading home at about 7pm, we bought food to make dinner, but I was super tired and went to bed at 20:00!! (Missing Skype with Mum, sorry Mum!) Will made do with some Pot Noodles for tea and also had an early night.
... with showers and then on to breakfast at one of Nic's favourite local cafes. We catch up on gossip over breakfast and plan some activities for the next few days before Nic leaves us to go to work for the day.
We head to Jo's place, Stacey's middle sister, to catch up with her and her three young sons. The afternoon is spent with Jo and the boys at the local Westfield Shopping Centre. Lunch ...
... to London. We decide to take a quick ride on the tube and wander around the streets a little rather than sit at the airport for 12 hours! So we hop the tube to Piccadilly and wander for a couple hours including picking up a few trinkets then the tube back to Heathrow.
Oh such disappointment no one told us the airport closes from 12-4am! No café or anything, we would have stayed downtown ...
... I can understand. we could have murdered hundreds of people in Canada before emigrating to the UK, but lucky for us, the UK really doesn't give a ****; NZ, on the other hand, does. the first step in this thrilling process is getting your fingerprints taken at Scotland Yard, which sounds potentially cool but is really just a messy, inky nightmare costing £72.90 GBP per person. then, you post everything off to ...
... I just love London!
With not much of the day remaining, we decided to head for Madam Tussauds and managed to conquer the Underground Subway and Oyster Card ticketing system. London certainly has an amazing transport system leaving ours back home for dead. Thanks Anna for the advice on the time - 4pm was perfect with no queue to get in and very manageable crowds inside. Well worth going to if you have the opportunity to. We all loved it ...