Premier Inn London Euston
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... school and appreciating the time I got to spend with them. Feel like I slowed down and took some of it in. London has so much to offer, and so much to be distracted with... Imagination always takes me to the cabs, butlers, proper tea times, preppy attire... So next time, we do it right, or not at all. We live once. All the money will never be ours anyways. So spend it wisely, and let's go home... Colorado on next... 4hrs turnaround at home before the next flight takes off. Wanderlust ...
... One that I was surprised to see was a full size replica of an F-35, which isn’t really too common as they’re not in full production yet. It’s a nice looking aircraft, but for the cost I’m not sure it’s the right solution for Canada, given the cost and the fact that it’s a single turbine aircraft. While on the walkway overlooking the displays, I spent a few minutes chatting with a visiting Doctor from the Polish military. ...
... which we found stuck to the back of street sign. So we have found our first one for London this trip and we wonder how many more we will find while we are here.
We finally got back to the apartment about 10pm, a little later than we were hoping, but it is easy to get caught up with the fun of London, especially when it is not getting dark until 9.30 at night.
Tonight we are going to bed happy and admiring the city lights over the river.
Today was our last day of official class stuff (we still have 2 days to explore) before we leave London. It began at Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Club Grounds. We got a private tour throughout the dressing rooms, the main stadiums, the museum, shop, media center and more. It's amazing how much time they spend taking care of the grass, which they said is the most important part of Wimbledon. Court 1 has over 54 million blades of grass. Someone is hired to ...
... was a tad bit different than we had "in the old days". Good friends last forever - seems you can always just pick up and carry on as if time has stood still. Big hugs connect us again and words just flow. Great walk to and from the station, a wee relax then out to find a fav restaurant at Covent Garden. Ahhhh London. PS Evening delight - headed to Crusted Pipe @ Covent Garden and while we loved the ambiance as usual (wine ...