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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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And so it begins! After a pretty emotional goodbye at Heathrow airport with my wonderful Mama I find myself on the second leg of my journey to Cartegena surrounded by screaming pooping babies and unable to sleep for 11 hours zzz! Tired and a bit emotional, I stood waiting at the baggage carousel in Bogota only to be told that no more bags are coming out. I had two choices, try and sort out my missing bag or run to catch my flight to Cartegena! ...
... br style="line-height: 15.8599996566772px;">Further in the supermarket sized trashy souvenir shop Airfix plastic model airplane kits still in the 1:72 scale, so much a part of my childhood, were on sale except now they are made in India and China.
On that cheery note Greg signs off.
Tomorrow you have to put up with my description of our day in York.
On this morning, we were up about 7 and leaving the hostel at 8 to make sure to get everything in that we wanted to see. We were fumbling for things in the dark with only the light of our cell phones to help.
Breakfast at St. Christopher's Inn was basic. There was toast, and cereal, along with milk and other drinks. After shoving all our bags into a locker, we headed off to see everything! We started at Westminster Abbey. We couldn't get in till 9:30, so ...
... from the backside and a neat looking sign in the shape of a propeller marks the spot. I turned in and parked. History lesson time.....for those not in the know....Britain was saved from invasion in WWII by a very limited number of young fighter pilots. It was a period of about 3 months were the Germans were relentlessly going after the fighters that they had to go up 3, 4, or more sorties a day to fight them off. The losses were high for both sides and a fair ...
Today was kinda a slow day. We woke up at 9, had breakfast in the hotel, and then Seth dad and I went to the British library because Ari has been sick. We came back and all left to go to the Tower of London. Which was interesting. Except for the armor. We saw a crown ...