Hunters Meet Hotel
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Standing in the hot afternoon sun I gazed up at the twisted framing of the Orbit observation tower recalling a similar hot summer's day two years ago. That day the Olympic Games were in full swing. I was fortunate to have tickets for the Hockey. Thousands of spectators at my shoulders were being marshalled through the Olympic Park to their chosen venues.
The park was filled with a myriad of colours. Sounds of laughter, shouting, ...
... over the top. The whole thing adjoins the Royal Albert Hall also built and named in his honour. We skipped the nearby (and more boringly tasteful) Lady Diana memorial. The Victoria and Albert Museum is yet another London museum that was so large and covered so many areas that it was hard to comprehend. If there is an ancient artifact or a form of art it is covered here. We split up so that we could cover ...
... I told her as we were walking the opposite direction of the metro station to the taxi stand, "if we miss this train, it's on you."
Finally a cab comes driving near and we frantically and desperately wave our arms the best we could and the guy pulled over. I told him where we were going and he jumped out, tossed our stuff into the cab and we sped off. As it turned ...
And so after 8 weeks, we were on our way to catch our last plane. Our flight was at 12.50. The seats were by far the best we've had on this trip. It was a 14 hour flight, we landed at 7.30pm English time greeted at the airport by Jess, Rene, Harry and Barney. The last 8 weeks have been amazing. Every country was special in its own way. New Zealand had amazing scenery. Trinity Beach had Hayley, Ben, Karen and Paul. Sydney had Tom, Janet, Sue ...
... bed. Much more upmarket than we are used to. Staff polite and smiling and bow and back out of the room. Only problem was no Wifi as it was really expensive. Unable to contact Andrew Law by email and the phone number he gave wouldn't connect. Went to a cafe for a meal where wifi free. He had emailed us inviting us to lunch tomorrow. Replied but then came away with no message. emailed Deb for her to get in touch with Andrew. No reply by bedtime. 30 November Awake at 5 am ...