Premier Inn Kings Langley
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... middle of the British museum (which I remembered being in Paris...). So I took on the role of being a complete tourist for the next 5 days, and oh what I accomplished! I wanted to be very efficient with my time so I created a google doc before I left and planned what I would see each day. The first day I did a 3 hour walking tour and saw the big sites like Big Ben, Buckingham Palace and Number 10 Downing Street (where the prime minister lives). Friday we took a day ...
... year I had planned out. I’ve lost myself, and lost my way. I forgot why I came here. But! That hasn’t stopped me, not one moment in travelling, eating, exploring and meeting new people. Knowing that one-day I will want to look back and know I didn’t stay at home on the couch I pushed on, with the help of an amazing friend, and saw the world. Hoping that this too shall pass. I’ve been lucky enough to have experienced several ...
... 150lbs of luggage up and
down the stairs of the tube made me stick out more than I already did. I ended
up meeting someone that was at London Solutions with me at the tube and asked
if he was going to Barons Court as well. It was an Italian guy with his dad so
we figured out the streets together to get to our apartment. Once I reached
mine, it was pretty empty. There was evidence of a roommate in my room but was
not home. I began to unpack ...
It's never easy to say goodbye to family after a holiday, especially when you know it will be years before you see them again, but today that's what we all had to do as I made my way back to England. We (mostly I) nearly panicked when we went to load the car with suitcases and the car didn't start because the battery had died - luckily, we were able to go in Papa Larry's car and made it to the airport in plenty of time. However, ...
... but I am getting better at it. We ended the day with a walk by the Thames, passing the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben and the Battle of Britain Memorial, going across the Hungerford Bridge, past the London Eye and returning via the Westminster Bridge. It seemed as though half of London was out walking or sitting and drinking.
Monday June 16
Her view of events:
Brian headed off on the Underground to Holborn to meet with his ...