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Woken up by Gerry at 9.00am (not an experience that I would want to repeat on a regular basis) and then back off to London to pick up the passports. Relatively painless experience as I had a professional person at the embassy to deal with but still a long trek there and back.
I met with my Dad and Dr. B at St. Pancras station and took the train up to Luton. Great to see them and to have time ...
... Irish, welsh and a few others). Can't imagine what this would cost, but it goes on each day for six months of the year. Still it was fun to watch, especially the Cavalry Guard......but it did drag on for a good hour. We break from the palace and wander back through St James park to the Horse Parade grounds. On the way we saw a guy coax a squirrel to run up his leg and eat from his hand.......of course our very own dr Doolittle Leonie needed to ...
... had some idea of what to expect. But it was all a new experience for me! He did suggest we should minimise our luggage, and leave suitcases in our hire car. Colin and Angie met us in the town and piloted us through back streets to reach the Marina, and we were prepared with a couple of changes of undies in our overnight bag for our two nights aboard the C Moon. (Named after a Wings song) I was not prepared for the boarding process though, and nearly needed the first change ...
Flew out of Arles (went to the Military Navy airport by accident) and then got sorted out and made our Ryan air flight to Luton and took car to our flat for the next 5 weeks.
Awesome spot as right on north side Shoreditch park and over looking the Regent Canal where barges run up and down all day long. Super convenient to the city centre (15-20) mins on buses right out side. Better than Tube.
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Today the kids and I went through St Paul's Cathedral while Tom went shopping and bought himself some binoculars. The girls and I had a kids audio guide. Ben took an adult one. It was really interesting! The cathedral is a masterpiece - absolutely stunning. We climbed all the stairs for the view from the dome. Fantastic! Then picnic ...