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Mum had to go to a funeral this morning and one of her friends picked her up just before 9am. We were having a leisurely start to our day when the mailman arrived with a parcel for Linda. She brought it up to show it off - it was the backpack hamper she'd ordered from Amazon as her birthday present from us. It's exactly what she wanted - setting …
... in and said the scan was all clear, which was great news, but still didn't explain the pain. Now, thinking she may not be allowed home, Beaver had booked herself into a Premier Inn near Heathrow. Cheaper than the Sheraton she had been in the night before and much better. But how was she to get there? Speaking to the receptionist at the clinic she asked for a cab that took credit cards. There was a minimum charge of £25 and the journey would cost £20 so ...
... at how I was whipped into shape by the brits. Probs not though, let's be honest.
The Butler people are kool. I think they will be great references. Hopefully I don't freak them out and get too neurotic or emotional, ooopz. But yeah, the older woman (Lynn?) has already described that British people "only wear black and love a drink." Pretty sure I'm in the right place.
... bush and because of the rain, there were several waterfalls to be seen. The town of Amalfi is beautiful, with many narrow alleys and covered ways, and a very nice cathedral in the main square. The cathedral was a good place for us to dry out! Apparently, Saint Andrew's bones are interred in the crypt, having been brought there from Constantinople in 1208AD. Sunday dawned fine and clear, so we set off by ferry ...
... was a bummer. Upon returning to Piccadilly Square, Jess and I attempted a free lottery to win discounted Book of Mormon tickets but to no avail. Our evening was spent walking around Kensington Gardens which was easily my favorite part of the day. It was an exceedingly beautiful and serene place. If I lived here, I’d visit those gardens single day.
Honestly, I didn’t find the UK to be extremely different from the US. The people ...