Taplow House Hotel
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The end of the year, everyone going their own easy for the holidays, this last chance to sit and have lunch and say our goodbyes. It had all been Laura's idea originally but then she was the only one who couldn't make it, spending time with her new family. So I was left to make the arrangements, it would be a roast lunch at the Honor Oak, ...
... if you are entering the stations there is a choice of stairs or elevator, if you want to leave then you have stairs which are not a problem when carrying your work case but devastating when lugging suitcases while fighting fatigue.
I would like to say that at this point cheerful and helpful people helped two weary travellers, but they were far to busy shoving us aside, heads down, charging full steam ahead to their busy important lives. Steps, stairs, ...
... and documenting the story of human culture from its beginnings to the present. It is a huge, beautiful building with so much history including The Ming Dynasty, ancient Egypt, Greece, Rome, Asia, Africa, pre history, coins, medals, clocks, watches, and so much more. Could spend hours just wandering around there, however we had several school groups and Asian groups in our wave - so annoying! We only spent 2 hours there - amazing. My favourite areas were ancient ...
... and re organising my suit case (tragic I know!) *Being the only one on a sight seeing bus at the end of the day (so I sat right up front and put my feet up, kicked my jandals off, and wrapped cool moist wetwipes on my aching feet...bliss Low lights *haviing to squeeze my jandals back on and sit properly when more peopl got on the bus (lol) * Taking one wrong turn on foot and despite only being a few blocks off my ...
... news! But how could I possibly run my first marathon without my running partner? Preposterous. Impossible! By January of 2013, however, it became irrelevant as we both had jobs transitioning us back to the US and my job orientation was the week of the marathon. On the off chance that I'd be able to fly from the US back to England the following year I deferred my entrance to 2014, but in all honesty did not expect to be running at all.
In October 2013 I moved back to Europe but ...