Ifield Court Hotel
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Our flight is just after midday so we leave our hotel at 9:45 am. We wave goodbye to Lisa and Pete because they have an extra day and are leaving tomorrow. The ride to the airport is interesting, as it appears tailgating and muscling into traffic queues isn't frowned upon in Prague. I comment to Helen that back in the UK that sort of driving would trigger off a Road-rage incident. We spend the rest of our Czech money on snacks at the airport and our flight leaves on ...
... the city and only tourists - even if there are quite a few of us!
There are lots of decorated sheep all over the city, similar to our giraffes. Will be auctioned off and raising funds for Wallace & Gromit’s Children’s Charity and The Grand Appeal, supporting children in hospitals across the UK.
Have come across many in my wanders and most of them are pretty cute.
We started our journey in Aberdeen but didn't feel like we were on actual holiday until we arrived in The Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse in LHR terminal 3. We had been really looking forward to trying this lounge and we were not disappointed. We sampled various champagnes and cocktails and a lot of the food offerings. The whole lounge was waiter service and we sat in most of the different areas throughout our 6 ...
At 4:15, what seemed like seconds after falling asleep, Will's alarm was ringing, demanding us from our slumber and the o-so comfy beds.
We packed and ...
... frequented by Charles Dickens
The original Globe was built for Shakespeare in 1599. But it was destroyed by fire in 1613. The Globe today is a recreation of the original based in drawings and accounts of the original. Its a wooden theater, three stories high and no roof. We were on the second floor, and there were only three rows of wooden benches to sit on. Fortunately we could hire cushions. The circle in front of the stage had no seats and ...