Radisson Blu Edwardian Leicester Square Hotel
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... SA wine that flew to the UK in our luggage. Overall impression after spending 3 days in London is that you need @ least 3 weeks to enjoy and walk around to all the attractions like Baker Street, Paddington Station, Piccadilly etc. Very expensive given the current exchange rate but if self catering like we did it kind of makes it a little bit more affordable. We will have to come back another time!
Scotland here we come via Virgin Atlantic "Little Red"
... cemetery filled with flowers and trees. It's been an incredible time with many many fabulous experiences and lots of laughter. It will be a shock to the system to come back to the cold but we look forward to seeing you all and telling our takes. Until then stay snug and warm!! ...
... a total of 5hrs at the airport between landing and take off again.
Our Aegan Airlines plane was a small budget style airbus with no movie, but we got a budget tiny meal of meat balls and mash. Seats were quite thin in padding like a city bus verses regional but the minute we had even a delayed blink we could feel ourselves sinking into sleep. Trouble was we had to wait till meal service was over before we could try and get 40 winks. In the ...
Today was the first day we got to London. It started off with our first flight from Jacksonville to Atlanta. Madison, Christine and I were supposed to be sitting together on the plane, but of course Delta was being its usual self, and the seats got mixed up. It wasn't a big deal though because we got to be together on our actual flight to London. This was a very long flight, but by the time we got there it ...
... but after a while I started to feel comfortable with the motion and delivery. Hitting unlike baseball you are encouraged to move your feet during you at bat, this took a few pitches and approaches to get used to as well but I was able to get some good wood on a few of the balls bowled my way. We then took a tour of the grounds first going into the museum watched a little cricket on the television the ...