Menzies London Luton Strathmore
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... dressed in suit and tie. Then he was off to have birthday lunch with his son who just turned 40, and we were off to find our next pub. Out the door we go turn right, walk 20 metres and stop at The Three Greyhounds. In we go and yes I have the same again. I have learned here that they have doubles or singles so I had Another double lol this time Graham tries a different brew. We sit down after getting out drinks and I start up a convo with the lady sitting beside ...
... man that was staying at our hotel was in his early twenties and from Stoke on Trent. He works here on the island for Stoke City his local Premiership football team. He is here for four months on full pay training children in the eight to twelve year old bracket four days a week at around three hours a day. I never knew the Premiership trough extended this far but there you go. I dont know why they have to come all the ...
... was sheperds pie with a delicious dessert. We then saw "The Duck House", a slapstick play about politicians and expenses. While I wasn't familiar with the politicians named you could pretty much sub any politician from any country and get the jokes. I am generally not a fan of that type of slap stick humour but I have to say I was literally bent over in my seat as I was laughing so hard. It was done very well. The actors thought it was pretty funny ...
... from the reception desk didn’t promise a particularly merry Christmas. But we were snug in our little room and content as could be. We ate, I had a beer from the bar, which was open, and after quickly determining that there were no Christmas programs on the little flat screen in the room, we went to sleep with visions of sugar plums dancing in our heads.
Christmas morning was cold, but gloriously sunny. We prepared tea in our room ...
... goodbye to Dave and Janet, though we will see them briefly in Hong Kong as we fly in and they fly out. They go to Belgium, Amsterdam and Russia. And so our time in the UK comes to an end. Neither of us had ever had any inclination to visit here, but I'm glad we have. It is an amazing country - and I have loved London. Vibrant, busy, fascinating, alive - and we have been blessed with great weather. France......here we ...