The Bridge at Pierrepont
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... along the footpath back towards Trafalgar Square. We passed the Cenotaph here, I think... just in the middle of the street. There were wreaths at the base. Dodging pedestrians as we made our way, Nelson's Column appeared through the foliage of the trees ahead, I grabbed Emily and pointed. Nelson's Column! Trafalgar Square! Yep ... We had arrived. Have to finish this later.... Way too tired. Big day. OK. 4pm the next day now, Monday. My feet hurt. Back to yesterday. We ...
... Trying to get home was interesting, no taxis, no tube, we didn't know which bus we should take, so we ended up walking, was rather nice, even though Chris wanted to cut through Hyde park, I was terrified to do that, turns out there was nothing to be afraid of. I still love the apartment we are in, I'm really enamoured with the mews, there seem to be quite a few around here, tiny oasis in a big bustling ...
... on the floor to check that the colours don't clash too much - rather than just selecting my favourite shirts, trousers etc. total weight for clothing is around 5 KG which is definitely my best ever.
Toiletries are tricky with the Hand Luggage limit of 100ml for liquids but this has been solved with Travel Size items which cost twice as much for half the quantity. It is amazing what you can fit in one of those little plastic bags though. ...
... where Shakespeare put on plays), and finished at London Bridge, which overlooked the Tower Bridge. It was a great way to end a very busy and jam-packed couple of days.
I left Katie's house at 4 in the morning so I could guarantee I could get to the airport on time for my 8am flight, and slept the entire way back to Madrid.
Christmas time is starting to hit full swing as the entire city of Madrid is starting to glow with lights. But more on that in the coming weeks!
Marcus slept on the couch last night. Him and his sister are like an old couple! He felt it had been very comfortable and I only thought that this was a window into his future. Jane went for her run, then I took the bridle path I jogged along on the first morning but extended it a bit by running down the road at the end of the path, circling the common and then jogging back. After the usual leisurely breakfast we drove ...