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... The room they assigned us was Not twin beds like we reserved but a double bed. The noise from the bar below was unbelievably noisy and there was no breeze. We went down to ask for our money back and planned on going to the Best Western down the street, however, they told us it was a no refundable money. I made a case that they did not give us what we paid for in terms of rooms but the man at the desk could not help us and the manager wasn't ...
... delightful and commemorative afternoon. Susannah, from Slovenia, was our waitress and being a great sport, enjoyed our English impersonations as we pretended we were high English society folk. Having eyes bigger than our bellies we took advantage of the sandwich refills and later regretted it when we realised just how many courses we were having. The highlight of the afternoon was the pianist breaking into the happy birthday ...
... exact reason. About 3 minutes into doing my hair, POP! All I could think was "****, I just ruined the flat iron." But then I took a closer look and saw that the converter was what was smoking and black, “Even better.” If my flat iron says it needs 50V of energy why does it blow up my converter when it is set to 50V?!I’ll never understand. Needless to say, I am not out a power converter, and I’m praying the flat iron holds ...
... in her shopping trip, scouring 1 ½ shops in 2 hours.
The next and final stop in London for the day was St James Park, where we made use of some mixed nuts to attract some adorable squirrels. The squirrel managed to work out that if it put one nut in its mouth he could carry an extra one in its paws.
On the way home we stopped at the huge Tesco’s in Stevenage where we stocked up on some not so healthy supplies for our coming ...
... clear blue sky. Followed by another, until the pace of London had begun again.
I stood in the park outside, and watched the first of London's visitors come in, as they watched the city below them come to life.
It was then, at 5am. In my work uniform. That I yelled.
I just yelled, "WELCOME TO LONDON!!".
Then I went inside and crashed. Another day over, a new day begun.
That's just life in London :)