Travelodge London Marylebone
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Fab location and staff seems okay. Woke up by external noise in the early morning. Television sound did not work but was able to use a free wifi from a pub.
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... luggage within 30 seconds of reaching the baggage carousel. That never happens!
Grabbed the tube to Holborn station, approx 50 very uneventful minutes. We walked to our Air BnB flat, and my wonderful husband carried both suitcases up 5 flights of narrow stairs. Legend! The sun was shining and we desperately needed to stretch our legs. We wandered off towards the river, taking in the wonderful London architecture on the way.
We decided to seek out ...
... language any more to express it.
The finally curtain call was a kind of release… a good way to realise that this bunch of people holding hands, smiling and taking a bow, are just actors, it didn’t really happen, it is just a work of fiction, and Winston still has all his teeth. It was a welcome way to break the spell.
So in short, a confronting experience, it’s hard to say ‘enjoyable’, but I can see why ...
... and then presenting a talk on my Melbourne - London trip for club members and anyone else interested at 6pm in the club house.
I will depart from London on Monday 6th July, with a touch and go in Southampton then on to Foynes. There is a renowned Flying Boat Museum there which I will visit and Anne will join me in Shannon for a few days of West Coast Ireland exploring before she heads home ...
... things. There were two other interns showing up for their first day as well and we three were getting the tour and details about the AIRE Centre as a small group. Jennifer and Alina from University of Michigan Law School soon arrived and our initiation began.
We were introduced to some of the basics about how the office was run, its quirks and various duties that specific interns were in charge of. Someone in charge of outgoing mail, another in charge of incoming mail ...
First flight of 3 done...I don't think I had a realistic concept of how long it would take to make this trip! I am sitting in a coffee shop with my hun, drinking coffee and sharing a chocolate croissant (well lets be honest, me trying to snag a few bites before he scarfs it down!) and writing the first 'on the road' blog entry. I am thoroughly impressed by how happy the babies on our red eye flight were, and I always feel bad that ...