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London - April 28 thru May 6
Morgan House B&B
Our London B&B is situated in the upscale and yuppy Belgravia area. As nice as that sounds our room was on the 4th floor; that's five floors up since Europeans always start from 0 at the ground floor. Once again, a narrow stairway made maneuvering our luggage a challenge.
Bustling with tourists, London is overwhelming in comparison to the quaint ...
... are all from wealthy all-boys schools. And they don't sing. They order the 20 pound sirloin steak from the menu for lunch, while watching the game.
4. The kids in schools here are lovely. Like too lovely. They ask for work. What is that?
5. Some of them can't speak their own language. The waitresses in Phuket had a better grasp of the English language than some of the people serving pints in the local pubs.
Well, I've missed this. Writing about my daily adventures.
This short holiday probably doesn't deserve it's own blog, but how else will I keep myself entertained on the long bus journeys.
After 25 weeks - nearly 6 months! - of being back in chilly England (save a weekend in Barcelona), I feel I am due a holiday ;)
If you were a ...
A trip to Harrods was the starting point for our second day in London. I had no idea how amazing a 'department store' could be. Richard eyed off a glittering bath tub priced at a meagre 199,000 pounds, while I searched for non-existent bargains. Oh to be rich and be able to shop there, rather than just gawk. Mind you I think the majority of shoppers were tourists doing exactly the same ...
The flight home is fine. Dylan settles on take off and sleeps like a champ until breakfast is served. Special children's meal is cake! The air hostess didn't find this odd just commented that it was Canadian! Taya is asleep when we board and after a few words with the air hostesses we are finally allowed to leave her be facing Emma and in a seat belt, rather than facing forward in a seat belt, which is their policy. Of her 11 ...