St. George's Hotel
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... a night it was! Lots of laughs, which was expected (he is a comedian after all). What made it all the better for me, was that there were references to the night his sister had given birth.
The night his sister had given birth was actually the night I went to see him in April so I have been lucky enough to hear how this baby has grown.
I left afterwards feeling very smiley, and got talking to this guy on the way out about how all my ...
We woke later than usual today and were greeted with another sunny day. We padded around the house and Greg made coffee whilst I attended to emails. I dressed and found Greg sitting at the table attending to his 27-euro French watch; it was not keeping correct time and so Greg, being Greg, decided to do a quick service. Our plan for the day was the Tate Gallery to see the current Turner exhibition. Joan, who is a member of the gallery, kindly ...
... with our favourite waitress and then headed up to lunch. We had our last buffet lunch and then went to another favourite bar. After celebrating we are disembarking, we packed, settled our onboard account and checked out. We caught a taxi to the airport. We got to the airport at 330pm and our flight was not until 7pm. I saw there was an earlier British Airlines flight at 450pm. I went up ...
... some of those Sounds and coastlines? Fantastic.
Not having Nick around does not seem to get any easier, but being able to scatter his ashes over the top of the world as we went was comforting, in a strange way.
On any trip I would hope to learn something about the countries and the people we visit. Although some of our shore stops were way too short, one still got a feeling for the place and made it easier to understand what one had read about the ...
... in the middle of the city.
Next was Westminster Abbey. Tombs and memorials cover this place from top to bottom. You can't walk 2 feet in any direction without walking on someone's grave marker or memorial stone. I read one that said "Here lies Mrs. (Forget her name) who died young of the Black Death. We walked through parts constructed in the 1300's that still had some of the original paintings. We saw where Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin, Queen Mary I, Queen Elizabeth I, ...