Premier Inn London Kew
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This is a long hop taking 12 hrs and 55 minutes. We are halfway there no have numb bums. Presently we are above Kabul a little disappointed because we are in a 777 and not the new a380. Ride is bumpy because of mountain ranges. Arrive Heathrow at 7pm. Thought it would be busy and crowded but no probs at all. Got a taxi to the hotel which is only …
... some online 'click and collect' shopping, so needed to pick that up (very expensive gym gear from Sweaty Betty... How appropriate. I'm sweaty Betty every time I go for a run).
Then I had booked for an exhibition at the Royal Academy - not that I'd heard of the artist but wanted to check out the Academy (in Piccadilly). It's the sort of place you're always hearing about (eg all those scientists and artists who were either famously welcomed or famously shunned by the academy). ...
... had an even larger number of displays, and two that I was most impressed with were the Lancaster and the F4 Phantom. While there I also stopped in the cafeteria and had a sandwich and coffee. I needed to stop for lunch as I was beginning to wear thin after all the walking.
The third building housed the Battle of Britain displays, and that’s prominently featured as this is the 75th anniversary year. I was especially impressed with ...
... at walking to the office we called a taxi at a local pub and finally got the car, two hours later!!! Peter and the Satnav did very well negotiating the motorway and hedged local roads to make it to our B&B at Stratton Gardens. In a lovely village with a stream running though, but with a busy main road leading to the coastal town of Bude, where we plan to go walking tomorrow. We walked fifty meters to the The Tree Inn pub, busy place, popular with the locals. The woman ...
... on their own. (They did, arriving before us having taken the Eurostar) our tour director, Peter Ansell, spent much of the day talking with us, explaining rules and expectations, outlining the side excursions etc. He very good, a little repetitive but better that than not I guess. Been in the job for 35 years. Blimey. I guess he loves it. Had good trip seeing few sights on the south side of London on our way out, great driving down streets ...