Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London
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We are all feeling pretty worn out and unwell... Need this trip to come to an end so we can get a rest! So today we had a quiet morning, explored the grounds of Whiteholme and had a lovely lunch at home before we headed off for our second trip up to London, to see the other end of the city and take in a west end show. There were a series of …
... similar to our Bridgeheads. Healthy, good coffee. We decided to take the bus to Westminster, just to rest our feet a bit, and arrived about half an hour early for our walking tour, to start at 2. The area all around Parliament was mobbed, we were glad it was not August. At 2 we joined Sean for another London Walks tour, all around the area of Parliament and Westminster Abby. It was a large group of about 40, and we needed to keep heads up to follow ...
After our visit to Athlone, we drove from Athlone to Dublin, took the car ferry to Holyhead (in Wales) and drove to Liverpool. We had a much better return journey than the outward journey - no bad weather to slow us down!
We spent a quiet day and a half in Liverpool, visiting Robert's mother in hospital, and catching up with other relatives.
We then drove to Southampton for a 3 night ...
... over the event (there wasn't). Oh, by the way, he had written four books on genealogy (!) in his spare time - said he wanted to leave them for the grandkids. A very fascinating person, but he was just the first we will meet on the trip. (Fortunately, he didn't ask too much about my background). We left for our first stop, Tbilisi, Georgia the next morning (Wednesday). We left from the Stansten airport which is located about an hour ...
... The site does indeed had a Blue Plaque, because of its fame, but... it's not a book shop any more. It's a McDonalds. Oh, the humanity!
From there we found our way to the British Museum, which was crowded, but so cool. For us, the older things are, the more interesting, so we looked through the Ancient Greek and Roman galleries, as well as a few others that caught our fancy.
And then we ...