The Mayfair Hotel
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We didn't sleep, but got in safely and managed to make it out for lunch (a pint and some fish & chips), a tour of Hyde Park, and a nice dinner in Notting Hill.
I arrived at Heathrow just after 4:30am. No planes are allowed to land before 4:30am so we had to do a bit of a circle first. We were the first plane to land so getting through customs was a breeze. After customs, I walked out to see a huge line of taxi drivers holding signs. I thought I'd never be able to find mine, but then I saw it. The driver was so friendly and helped me with my bags. I felt like ...
So far this morning have just relaxed. Not warm enough yet to sit outside so have just continued doing nothing much. This afternoon need to be spent making ourselves beautiful for the first formal night. At our age that takes a lot of time- thought I'd better say it first before someone else does. George getting ready in his kilt takes much longer than I ...
... for our sea bands. We had a late lunch which we finished as they were setting up afternoon tea so we selected some fine pieces. Unfortunately a sudden lurching movement of the ship ended up with all of George's tray sliding off the table all over me and onto the floor. The evening was spent as usual eating and ...
... Bournemouth city centre which lasts 75 minutes, is guided by a retired English gentleman who shows us all the main sights.
Bournemouth's first resident in 1810 was Tregonwell whose wife loved the beach area and persuaded him to build a house there. He bought more property and buildings including the local pub, renamed Tregonwell Arms although there was no settlement there until 1937.
At the end of the 18th century, spending time at the ...