The Continental Hotel
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... day was our big red bus tour around London - but first we had to catch the tube! A short 10 min walk to tube Kings Cross & we didn't get lost or separated - we felt like we were on the monopoly board. We had a full day & into the night on the bus & were very excited to have at least seen/ driven past the majority of the major sights. Had a big walk through Tower of London, ...
... into the car and I tried to inject a little bit of humour by copying the Broons antics at the airport and performing a few steps of a Highland Fling before I got into the car.
We got to the airport, returned the hire car no problem, then checked in and got our luggage booked all the way through to Gladstone. We headed upstairs to Departures, cleared security and settled ourselves in a bar with a couple of vinos. I was watching the board to see what gate we ...
... shop before parting ways with Doug, Paula, Lily and Allen. We enjoyed spending a bit of time with them in London since we rarely get to see them in the states. Thank you for meeting up with us guys!
On the way back to the hotel, we walk across the Westminster bridge so that we can get a closer look at the Boadicea Statue before taking the Underground at the Westminster Station. The station was familiar to the kids as this is the meeting point for ...
... at Warwick Castle. I was happy to know that we were going to see our long lost cousin Jay. He works at a castle called Warwick castle. We hired a car as you could not catch a bus or a train there. It was a two hour (100 mile) drive. The castle looked small from afar but when you got close to it, it was huge, and made me look small. To start Jay took us on a tour of the castle. I enjoyed climbing ...
... dips by Simon, then spinach and ricotta calennoni for me, bolognase for the carnivores, and homemade berry trifle ( freshly picked blackberries from the castle). All washed down with elegant red and white wine. In between course we FaceTime mum, not very sucesfully, and Skype Judy and Jim with better success. It looks hot and gren in Brisbane. I found my docs, Briony her homies beanie, and we passed a shop selling all forms of cannibis ( lolly pops, cookies, pipes, ...