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... to Camden and saw some of the Cambden markets, which is quite a cool funky sort of are. It was so busy though, especially the food area, so we gave us quickly and just walked around the quieter parts. We decided to go back to Soho for lunch and tried to find a pub showing the 6 nations with wifi so I could contact Jen and Eliza as I had suggested doing a pub crawl for Jens birthday. We got some lunch in a pub with the footy, I got a burger and Josh a pie. After a while we headed ...
I got in yesterday but acquiring wifi has been a real struggle. Flying standby was nerve wrecking and I wasn't able to get on my first flight to Atlanta. But 15 hours later I arrived in London freaking England. Yay! Most of my stuff is unpacked and I'm ...
... in part from the extreme lack of passengers. We had about - literally - a dozen other people in coach with us. We could easily each have a whole row of the giant 777 to stretch out on, and still not get near other passengers.
But despite these otherwise excellent conditions, Genevieve didn't sleep at all; unfortunately she felt ill, and it kept her up for essentially the whole trip. She tried to let the rest of us sleep, but ...
Today we planned to go on a tour of Central London.
Apparently the theft of bikes is a problem in London and so we decided to try
our hand at using public transport. The plan was to catch a train to London
Bridge and from there an underground to Waterloo station. Justin planned to
meet us there and gave us instructions as to where we should meet. Everything
went according to plan except that the meeting place didn’t work to ...
... After breakfast we set off at 10.30 filled up with diesel at ASDA mileage on the clock 437.9. I bought 32lt costing £41.50 at £1.29.7 per lt then drove thru Ardsley to join the M1 back to London.It was a good drive down light traffic & not many trucks. We arrived in Collingtree in quite heavy rain where we stopped for a cup of tea with Rod&Lesley then onto London. Again filled up with diesel £34.49 for 25.38lt at £1.35.9 per lt - 633miles on the clock - home at 5-30pm. We ...