Taplow House Hotel
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It had been another 12 hour flight from Vancouver to London, there had been no sleep as with the previous leg and to describe the landing at Heathrow as a ground kissing relief, would not convey the hurried approach and not so straight landing angle, I fully expected to hear an announcement " you will be pleased to know that we have regained full control of the aircraft! ". Air Canada was an experience!
The plan was to stop at a nice little ...
... foods I wanted to have in London.
London is huge and crowded and crazy traffic. It has been quite the experience to visit but reality is you can only do so much in 2 days. Walking on the correct side of everything is a challenge in itself. The “Underground” is a unique experience in itself. It would take me a long time to learn how to drive ...
... and today are sunny and it's still school holidays, things are very busy. Next to the Transport Museum was an exhibit called 'Bond in Motion 007' which was showing the cars and other gadgets used in Bond films. Each exhibit also showed footage of the particular film and a car scene. Then met up with Joyce and we just walked around for the afternoon, exploring. So tonight we went to see War Horse in the Westend. Fantastic show, really loved ...
... time. It turned out there was no need to worry as the tour was very full and we ended up waiting a half hour for a empty bus. Totally worth it, we were going to Harry Potter! The warmer bros filming studio is exactly that, where Harry Potter was filmed for 10 years. We got a fantastic audio guide (narrated by Malfoy) and got to walk through some amazing sets and see tons of props and costumes, everything there was used in the movies. My favorite ...
... saved us seats in the quire (I sat in the "Head Master's" seat).
I happened to sit beside an American gentleman who is totally blind. At his request, I described in detail everything I was seeing. How incredible that this man travels alone from the US and thinks nothing of getting around in a huge city like London. We were truly impressed.