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Mikhail did his collaborations performance and arran went to his university to hand in his coursework. We had a wonder at oxford street before getting the tube to the airport. After running around the drop off point looking for the rest of the family, we checked in and had dinner at the departure lounge. Excitement builded when we saw our plane and realising we will be boarding and flying the biggest passenger plane in the world. We took off at ...
... sign so we could get a photo with it, but apparently I 'didn't know where I was going' so everyone walked the other way to the street with the pub, The George. So we went inside this pub, which fittingly, was a bit dingy and full of old local men watching sports. We got ourselves a half pint (and the girls got a pint, whinging that it had taken too long to get there) and had a chat together. After finishing our beer, (and resisting getting another while the ...
... I wished I could have seen a gnome or fairy sitting on it. Really interesting walk.
I also caught up with my long time friend Bev, - our children are all very close in age and Bev and I spent lots of time during school holidays taking the children on various outings, now she has become a Granny to Freddie and is chuffed to bits with this lovely little boy, - lots of my friends are now happy ...
... on business.
We chatted about everything from skiing to Italian politics. Biagio is from
Torino, and was very impressed that I knew where it was. Thank you Olympics. As
I was washing my dishes I started chatting with two girls from Tel Aviv. They
were really excited to meet another Jewish person at a hostel. I told them I
had a cousin in Israel, and about my dad living on a Kibutz there (a communal
I bid farewell to my Swedish roommates, which ...
Visiting London entails alot of walking, my sister Nancy told me this before I left. (I hope you're doing alot at home Nancy to get ready for your visit!) Shirley walks alot so doesn't seem to get tired but my lower legs and one blister on my big toe are telling me to slow down. Yesterday we spent alot of time on our feet and by the end of the day, I was aching.
Shirley had ...