Chequers Inn Hotel and Restaurant
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... in the intrecate details Holbein included in his portraits. Postcards were purchased at the gift shop and then it was on to SoHo to check out a pub called The Coffeehouse. We stopped in at a huge London souvenir shop in Picadilly and Evan purchased a "London" wallet, which he was rather pleased with. Then we made our way in to SoHo and the pub. Brad and I had a couple of pints from a microbrewery and were quickly reminded of the cask temperature that their beer is served ...
I'm trying desperately to keep this thing updated; of course I'm feeling this struggle at day 2, when I'm not even in South Africa yet.
The day started with very little sleep and a very hyper Cara as she, Sam, and I were walking through to immigration. Due not only to my age but my extensive travel experience, I quickly became our trip marm. A role I feign begrudgment in accepting; it's my way. I spent a decent amount of our morning trips explaining HM's Government and ...
... but we don't even care! Today's been a great day.
So From Here to Eternity will not likely be a timeless classic. It was a bit all over the place. Krys and I spent a good bit of time picking who we would cast in the movie adaptation. Every other broadway or major show I've been to has ended with a standing ovation, so I just thought it happened all the time. Last night proved me wrong.
Off to our fave place on Earth now...Heathrow!! And then on to ...
... keep the Santa suit on the whole way which was a very bad idea. Too many layers and very sweaty.
We had completed 5kms and had to stop for some readjustments of the suit. I was feeling really good despite all these layers but determined to get to the finish line. There was great encouragement throughout the run from ...
... And I sat where the Queen sat at the Royal Wedding two years ago. It was good to walk around actually, but the service broadcast on television makes the Abbey look so much bigger than it actually is.
Kate must have taken baby steps on her way to the alter. I would have done a cartwheel ...