Leigham Court Hotel
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... mins at least!!! G was ******** his load in the back and since our Thai consists of you want sexy lady, massage etc we couldn't tell him to slow down
Anyhow we soon relaxed in out nice business seats on Etihad (thanks Maggie) and few glasses of champers etc to ease the pain of going home, quick rush at AUH since such a short connection then on to the economy flight from hell!! Screaming kids all flight, parents walking up ...
... up in left of this photograph waiting their turn to have picture taken under the sign.No way I was standing around while Norma waited in that line so we did it this way and called it a successful interaction with the hole in the wall. Again, if you don't get it...
Fortnum & Mason: I'd never heard of it either, but any grocery store that's been on the scene since 1707 must have something going for it. (Other than just exorbitant prices.)
Next, we ventured to Windsor Castle via train from Paddington station with our bags. At Windsor station, we walked through a market area with various cafes and shops in order to get to the town and castle. It was a little inconvenient traveling with the bags, but there was a place where we were allowed to store them at the castle, about a mile's hike away from the entrance. We got to see the posh and luxurious lifestyle inside the house. ...
... them correctly.
Back to hotel to pack and check out by 12 noon then to face our next challenge ie getting our luggage and bike box onto the buses that replaced the Metro.
First bus was full so let it go, and the next bus had some space so Peter jumped in first and was able to slide the bike box between the standing passengers but I barely made it on with the two suitcases and was squashed up against the closing doors. Anyway we ...
... for dinner.
29 June Off to Oliver’s cricket club for 2 hours practice at Old Actonians C.C.,then it was time for Nathan’s 4th birthday party at 3pm at his Nursery School hall.There were 12 children plus Oliver and they were kept well amused and entertained by 2 young Ladies from a specialist Party organizer for an hour.Lots of music and dancing and games and fun balloons.Following this they all sat down for ...