Richmond Inn Hotel
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... to the shops and a 40 minute tube ride to the heart of the city. We did not do much at all in Richmond but I am glad we took that day to shower, sleep, eat and prepare for the long journey home. Not that I think either of us were prepare for our flights to be delayed. The Contiki bus dropped us off at the Royal National Hotel where it al started at about 5pm. There we had to say goodbye to everyone again. This one was not as bad because majority of the people we hung out ...
... like an eternity again until I passed through security and headed for my boarding gate. 2 attendants waiting for the stragglers greeted me with "Take a breath, it's OK". They were the sweetest words I heard in a long time, as I had visions of the flight being closed and my luggage off loaded. I boarded the plane and was seated next to a lovely American Negro lady who had also had a tight connection. It was only then that I realised that I wasn't ...
... to the queen's ladies on Lady-in-Waiting Lane and walked under the arch that is nearly all that is left of the former royal palace here. Then we walked up the hill to the Terrace Gardens that look out over the fields and trees to the River Thames. This is a high rent district up here. We walked past Mick Jagger's home, Downe House, and saw Pete Townshend's home, The Wick, just down the block. The views are spectacular from the top of Richmond Hill all the way ...
... cars, but it was massive. After a coffee and pain chocolat (Cory's favorite French pastry) in the station's coffee shop, we boarded the train and settled in for the two hour ride. The ride was smooth and quiet, unlike the garrulous French family who sat in front of us. We read our books and relaxed and were in London before noon.
We took the tube, which is the Underground here instead of ...
... were actually fine until we started our descent and the pressure got bad. And then they cried. And criiiiiiiiiiiiiiied until we landed. Poor little guys.
So here I am now in Terminal 5 at Heathrow. I’ve never been to Terminal 5 before; usually I land at Terminal 3, so arrivals was a bit of an adventure. But I still found my customary NutriGrain bars and I’ve located the National Express office to buy my bus tickets to ...