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Travel Blogs from Reigate
... I tell you.- You're all beaten, I'm just laughing at you- I get paid to hurt people, how good is that?- If it hurts me, it's going to hurt the others twice as much- Oh man, it's going to take days to kill all these people.
At 42 years old, with six kids, and still dishing out the suffering to pro cycling ranks, he's an absolute legend. He's the embodiment of Rule #5, with a comedic flavour. If I could have anyone over to dinner, ...
... Mum told us, so we got to pretend we knew all along.
Hope to keep you all updated as much as we can with dubious internet.
Will hopefully send you lots of pictures to make you jealous.
Hannah and Emily
Anyway, Miriam was gracious enough to agree to meet me here on my last night and show me around. She attempted to find some cheap tickets to Wicked or some other play, but the shows were either sold out or out of our budget price. Therefore, we walked down towards the South Bank instead. We passed Downing Street, where the Prime Minister lives, and on to Westminster Abbey, Parliament, and Big Ben. We crossed over the River Thames using the ...
... well enough to go to Covent Garden where we had a glass of Italian sparkling, while shivering and watching the soft rain fall.
I knew then it was time to get mum back to the flat. ;-)
Home in the warmth, a bottle of French Burgundy and one of the thousands of Antique shows on the Tele (yes mum is in TV heaven!) ended a not-to-full-on Thursday.
... the theatre, so we had a leisurely stroll from Picadilly Circus to Leicester Square where we dined on square pizza and gleefully people watched before a return tube ride to our hotel. The tubes in London go very deep under the city. Much further than the subway in New York and it seemed faster.
Back at the hotel, we repacked our bags and took out our clothes for the next morning. Our bags had to be outside the room ...