St. James's Hotel and Club
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Monday night and we all need a pick me up! We decided to re-launch the Monday night dinner and drinks and this time I suggested Yum Cha in Brixton.
Unfortunately for Suzi, Kristy and I, the Brixton markets were shut (can you believe the luck?)- but all ends up well cause we decided to go to a miscellaneous African restaurant (turned out to be Eritrea food which is like Ethiopian food apparently).
Our journey began after a relaxing day at home. Thanks to Jackie and Harvery forpur ride to the air[ort After a leisurely dinner at the airport, we proceeded to our gate. Jeff and Sharon arrived right after we did, and although boarding was a bit delayed, we were ready to take off just a few minutes later than expected. The flight went smoothly, with our plane change in London easily negotiated. After a short second flight, we arrived in Prague along with all ...
... arrived at the Hotel that she charged across the road to the hotel and left her suitcase on the footpath! Funny!
We were all pretty exhausted, so tried to stay up for as long as we could.
Ros had to give in to feeling unwell, however Allie, Finn and Craig managed to stay up and had dinner before an early bedtime.
London in summer is the most fun, and the jet lag is certainly helped by ...
We were hoping for Tea and Scones for breakfast in London for the weary travelers (neither one of us slept on the overnight flight). However, the plane taxiing and traveling to the correct terminal took most of the 2 hour layoff time. We had to settle for Starbucks while waiting to board:) At least the flight attendants flirting with the girls from Scotland was amusing, as it kept us awake! ...
... of the Guard. There were huge crowds gathered to watch the soldiers, accompanied by police and other soldier types playing bagpipes and clarinets, march through the streets by the palace to change the guard. There is so much tradition and ceremony to things here, and it's even more amazing that they go to this effort when the Queen isn't even there like today. Trafalgar Square was the next stop, and my ...