The Don Pepe Charlton Hotel
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... sleeping babies lie" person myself!
We had a five hour layover in Singapore, and the airport there is amazing. There are fun shops to look in, and there's a butterfly conservatory and these amazing massage chairs... all free! It was so great to get out and about and stretch our legs before the next big flight.
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... I am always early for everything, and yes, was early for the concert, too.
Along the way, I realized I was on Wimpole St and just KNEW that was where Henry Higgins lived in My Fair Lady...and I was right! I'm so glad I remember the important things in life, LOL.
Something cool while I waited for the concert...there was an ad on the wall for a pianist and a *Live from Wigmore Hall* CD...I knew I knew his name, he looked about my age but is not one of ...
... was served on a paper plate and our tea served in paper cups - tea bag included. Someone must have missed the memo about the fine china! On our way back to the hotel, we stopped in at Australia House to exercise our democratic right to vote - it was the first day that international absentee votes were accepted. The experience was much the same as voting back home - the queues (slightly shorter than normal), the party leaflet holders ...
... behind which was decorated with the purple Jubilee flags as were other surrounding streets. Then back to the main street - by then we were outside Fortnum and Masons. It was 12 noon as we heard their huge animated clock with music so out into the middle of the road to watch and take a few happy snaps.
Fortnum and Masons
We’ been to Fortnum and Masons in 2008 but it was crowded then - today still plenty of people but at least ...
... Dickens, Charles Darwin, Isaac Newton, Sir Laurence Olivier and Rudyard Kipling.
As we made our way to the front of the Abbey we saw the Tomb of the Unknown Warrior where a British soldier, killed in Europe in WWI was interned in 1920 at a service attended by King George V. To the side of the tomb was the magnificent Coronation Chair. It was commissioned in 1296 by King Edward I and has been used in every Coronation since except two.
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