The Thames Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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... this is a busy time of year for her lots of Christmas cards to write last min and what not. Once taking token buck pal selfies and questioning just how they got the statue outside so gold we moved onwards to Hyde Park. After walking for what seemed for miles beside the queens private gardens which I had foolishly mistaken for a zoo a day prior during a kids pop quiz on the hop on hop off tour (that's a hint for young players at the London game FYI) we made it to Hyde Park ...
... that we were heading in the right direction, unless of course we were heading in the other direction along it. But we weren't! Another five minutes later and we were standing out the front of the massive gates of Buckingham Palace (with thousands of others). Not that I have a lot of care for royalty, and I certainly feel it's all a bit over the top and pointless, but it was still pretty amazing to be standing in front of. While it was nice, I didn't even find it all ...
... Let It Be, which is a show on the history of The Beatles, with performance by the best Fab Four since the real ones, who had vast musical experience with various guitars and piano. Their costumes and songs were performed through time, complemented with screen visuals of actual events in their life. The audience were encouraged at various times to dance clap sing video take photos put torches on iPhones and wave them - creating an amazing ...
... wonderful than I could have ever imagined, dreamed of or prayed for. I've eaten strange foods, drunk weird drinks, swung from a ledge hundreds of metres high and a swing at the 'edge of the Earth', ridden an elephant and a camel, swam with sea turtles and hundreds of varieties of fish. I've been ridiculously close to penguins, dolphins, humpback whales, sharks, snakes, koalas, exotic spiders and giant tortoises. I've seen monkeys, dozens of bird varieties, kangaroos, ...
... Well, almost. I was crouched behind a packing crate hoping the guards wouldn't come that far around the corner. My heart was beating in my throat!
More searching once they had gone. still no key.
Better spot this time. Tucked under a table, slowly dragging my hand back from the edge where the table cloth doesn't quite touch the floor. I can see the torch light play across the floor.
"Six minutes left then the cameras will be back up. ...