London Shelton Hotel
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... to far away. Got to see Kim and we also got to meet some new friends who were living in London and originally from California. We met a guy who looked like a younger version of my uncle Dani - it was the funniest thing. Also, Sterling got to have fish & chips like a proper Englishman =P
Our last half day in London was spent by the London Eye Pier. We went to this vintage and antique car sale/show. Rob loved it. There were some yummy food trucks there ...
... but then were delayed for 10 minutes not too far outside of it as vandals had apparently stolen part of the signalling cable. I can't imagine the cable itself has much value, so it must just have been for the hell of it... Luckily I didn't have a connecting service to catch! Also, I can never pass through Crewe without thinking of Skimbleshanks from the Cats musical - 'they were fast asleep at Crewe and so they never knew that I was walking up and down the station'!
... under the huge trees. Although autumn is a favourite tourist time, Christmas and New Year are also fun in London. If you are visiting London during the festivals, make sure you plan a trip to the Finnish Church as well. Most obligatory days and festivals are celebrated with much fervor and energy here. Even if you get a chance to visit the Finnish Church in autumn, there's enough reason for you to celebrate. The fairs and festivals at ...
... and bills - we left a lot in the vending machines!
For the flight, we had to go out and get on one of two busses that went out on the tarmac (we got on the first bus luckily - these days it's such a rush for overhead bins). Now - they told people - if you are in certain rows in the back (say from 20 on) use the back staircase onto the plane. If you were in rows 1-19, use the front staircase. Well, you can probably guess how well ...
... and paintings. The bar itself was built sturdy with ornately carved wood. Pretty neat. I tried a couple of the beers that were on tap, but the English are not known for their beer...they were bitter and light. Not as bad as bud or miller, but not a whole lot better. Somewhat like a killians in weight, but not a red flavor. I think it was a Fullers London Pride. Since it was the first pint I had there though, it ...