The London Ealing Hotel
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... that have DUM DUM DUM DE DUM blast from your phone. Sadly this meant it was time for me to run.
I had a plane to catch, and unlike Berlin to Copenhagen...I wasn't going to miss this one.
So I get there, and drop my bag, and go to security.
After nearly 12 days spent with our friends, it was time to say goodbye as London (and South America!) was calling. It was quite an odd feeling to be packing up as we truly felt at home again here and leaving the house and the Robinson's brought back memories of when we packed up three years ago. Even though we were sad, we know it won't be too long until we see each other again and hopefully we can visit again. Catching the very easy and express train into London Euston ...
... By the time we had done that, the weather was starting to improve, so we walked out into the grounds and admired the gardens before heading to see St George's chapel. After that, it was time to negotiate the most difficult leg of the journey. That means, driving to Heathrow, turning in the car, dropping Cindy, Luke, Charlotte and luggage at Heathrow, turning in the car, getting the shuttle back to Heathrow and then navigating the tube system to get to central London and ...
... able to disembark close to the entrance within the Palace where the staff are absolutely wonderful with her. Fussing and supporting and guiding us upstairs to the first reception room. A beautiful room with silk lined walls covered in hundreds of original works by artists such as Rubens and Canaletto plus hundreds of others.
I am afraid no cameras or phones are allowed once we are inside.
Everything is done with what I can ...
... buzzed me through
regardless. I will need to top off
my account tomorrow morning before I head off to my journey. I caught the Circle Line and took it
back to High Street Kensington to arrive at my hotel at approximately
11pm. After gathering my suitcases
and checking in to the front desk, I was disappointed to learn that wifi was a
nearly 10 pound extra charge. I
decided, my blog would have to wait to be posted when I arrive in Plymouth in ...
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