Olympic House Hotel
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... me "How was I getting there" ?
I said "Its in the letter I gave you from Oasis, We are traveling in a big yellow truck, but I fly to Cape Town first and join up with the truck"
I showed him a picture of the truck and of course he asked me "Why ?"
(I would love a quid every time I have been asked this)
I just said "Because that's what we travel in" (I didn't go into we sleep in tents, go shopping and cook our own food, it would have ...
... still we sat. Then the next clue - the intercom announced in a familiar Aussie accent this service to terminal four only - we heard the only but still we sat. Both of us were thinking ' didn't we just come from terminal 4 - but still we sat. It wasn't until the train started going backwards from whence we had come that the penny dropped. Never mind, not a situation from which we can' t recover. We did provide some amusement for the lady train guard who checked the train before ...
... want to spend 3 days in an Airport transit hotel. Their advice is go to the airport and talk to the manager. So bags ready to go we head across London on the tube and find the Air India counter at Heathrow Airport.
Success! We are transferred onto a direct flight to Bangkok on the 7th with Thai Airlines. This is great news, we have wasted £45 on a hotel in Bangkok for a night we now won't use but we are going direct to our destination on a better airline. Phew!
... us to the airport at 11:00a.m. My flight on British Air #049, left at 2:15p.m., from Terminal 5, LHR Marina's flight in Air France, left from Terminal 4, LHR, at 4:00p.m. We were chattering last minute thoughts almost all the way to the airport. Before we knew it, the car had stopped in front of Terminal 5, and the driver was retrieving a trolley to load up my three bags. Hugging each other like we didn't want to let the other one go, we said our thank ...
Aware that I had two days before a plane took me back to the other side of the world, I decided to head into the centre of London and soak up a bit of culture. On Saturday for a few hours I looked around the two big Art Galleries in Trafalgar Square, the National Art Gallery and the National Portrait Gallery. I enjoyed the first one because of the range of artists on display. All the big names were there but I was particularly impressed by ...