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... and then a short cab ride to the hotel. Love the buildings, the temperature was very mild and just felt good to be in London.
After a family reunion at the hotel, we had dinner at a local Italian restaurant - wonderful service and delicious food. An early night to sleep off the jetlag.
Looking forward to seeing some sights tomorrow.
... and we had to stop off for a restroom break. This was truly comical, since this restroom was not free. In addition to having hard to find restrooms, Europeans have way too many coins to keep track of and trying to find 10 pence in a pinch can be quite the hassle. Needless to say, we made it back and we are looking forward to coming home tomorrow.
Thanks for following our travels and I hope to be reading about yours soon!
The first part of our Mega-moon saw us in first class seats (thanks Dad!) on East Coast trains heading from Newcastle to London. It was nice to start the trip with a bit of luxury knowing the types of accommodation and transport that lay ahead of us in the upcoming months.
After many tears at the station and Adam making a mad dash accross the platforms thinking he had lost his ticket we were finally on our way. The ...
... photos in total. My favourite photo was a photo of the Queen and Prince Phillip from the '60s at the Badminton horse trials (see http://www.royalcollection.org.uk/micro sites/60photos/MicroObject.asp?item=7&a mp;themeid=2904&object=2943867& row=7). I also liked this one of the Queen and Margaret Thatcher (see http://www.royalcollection.org.uk/micro sites/60photos/MicroObject.asp?row=7&am p;themeid=2908&item=7). I also liked these:
... me so, but it did (probably lack of sleep), so I quickly got out of there. Back in my room, I was writing my blog and there was a knock at my door. It was that family; Derek had told them my room number and they had a few questions about going to the theatre. I helped them as much as I could, all the time thinking their son must have the patience of a saint.
Because it was rainy and I didn't have any set plans for today, I was in no hurry ...