Premier Inn Kings Langley
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... while we were waiting for dinner to arrive. I headed out afterwards with Kyria to take photos while the boys stayed to watch the soccer.
We met back at Big Ben around 11pm. Kyria and I were running slightly late as we hadn’t realised that the Tower Bridge wasn’t in the vicinity of Big Ben! We had started walking in the direction of the Tower Bridge but it wasn’t appearing and it was getting late so we had to start back.
... t enough hours in the day to do everything. Packing was not fun! But, the view off the coast was absolutely stunning from the ship.
Last night and this morning were busy as we made the rounds saying our goodbyes. After spending a month with our crew, we really became good friends with many so it was sad to say goodbye. Of course in classic Seabourn style, our captain was at the bottom of ...
... sprinkled over everything. Just as I was absorbing the glow of this trip, sealed by all the luscious food before me, I suddenly felt an absence. But couldn’t figure out what it was. Finally it hit me—my rain jacket (which I had never needed), fleece, and coat were all missing. After a moment of intense confusion things resolved as I visualized all three of them in the back seat of the rental car. Which, alas, was sitting in the Eldan parking ...
Airport. What is there to do in an airport apart from spending travel cash and people watch? Guess we should get used to it, but it still boring. Especially if you are a little man made of a piece of wood, without any legs to run away, or to follow Kylie when she walks past... Anyway, it is still more relaxing than yesterday, running like BAFs, ...
Off today on the tube and then took the Docklands Light Rail (DLR) to Greenwich which I guess is part of London but seems like a separate village. By the way, if I haven't said before, London has an amazing transit system. You can get virtually anywhere quite quickly and simply. Canada has many great things but in comparison, the whole concept of transit, trains, subways completely sucks ...