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... and we yet again successfully navigated the tube back to the station closest to our hotel! Well done us (me)! After letting Daniel settle in, we headed back out for a jam packed afternoon to show him the sights. We retraced a bit of what we did yesterday, which really didn't matter because we'd done pretty much everything we had wanted in our couple of days, showing him Buckingham Palace, Piccadilly Circus, Trafalgar Square, Westminster Abbey, the Houses of ...
... looking around the table. I think Nic and the waitress thought I was having some kind of attack, but I explained in monosyllabic lightning fast sentences that ring gone going I look then rushed out the door to retrace my steps in a total panic. Nic calmly looked around the shop, gave me a couple of minutes and then gave me a call, meeting me up the road. He the. Told me that he had thought about it: I would have normally felt it leaving my finger and we would have heard ...
... five minute walk from our room to the baggage check in which is a real bonus. A week or so ago we decided to upgrade our return trip home to business class because sitting in economy for many hours on end is just not pleasant so we are looking forward to the flight tomorrow.
Having planned the day ahead of us, we decide to eat at the hotel restaurant and have fairly early night.
A quiet day but well received after a hectic few days in ...
Today's the only day in my life EVER that I was happy to be awake at 5am! All of us, obviously feeling a bit jet lagged, were wide awake. So by 8am we were already in Trafalgar Square on a beautiful sunny day with hardly a soul around to share it with. Travelled there on a double decker bus on a scenic route from Pimlico, past Big Ben and Westminster Abbey, with a few glimpses of the London Eye and Buckingham Palace along the way too. Spent ...
If you’re thinking that this blog might not be my best work, you could be on to something. We have been up since 3:30am this morning, as we caught three night buses out to Heathrow Airport to meet mum and dad upon arrival. I am glad to say they both arrived safely and after convincing them to catch the tube with the new ‘London experts’ (that is Julie and I) spent an hour dealing with closures on the Piccadilly line and re-adjusting ...