The Tophams Hotel Belgravia
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... as it turns out the station I needed was closed. I went to the next station and then went back to South Kensington where I knew I would be able to walk. I got lost of course.... I was actually heading in the right direction but then doubted myself and asked someone else and they sent me the wrong way. I went back down the road a bit but doubted again and asked a second person who directed me back the way I had come. I headed back up that way ...
... at Melbourne right on time. Boarding my first international flight to Dubai wasn't as exciting as I thought not as many people as I imagined but a made some new friends . It was the longest trip of my life 14 hours sitting in middle of 4 seats with graham and 2 others on the outer edge. My neighbour was a lovely girl about mid 20's I guess, we hit it off and she invited us to visit her in NZ queenstown. Which will be ...
... I now firmly believe we are paying for overpriced clothing in
Australia. An interesting aside from this. They have here these market food
stores with lots of pre made foods ready to go. High quality and quite
fresh. I suspect this will be he next food shift in Australia. It's like
DJ's food hall but the glass cabinets between the fresh food and you
are gone. It's a little in your face at first ...
... Albert, from a distance, looks like a golden sitting Buddha. We thought at first that the monument was some sort of Asian memorial!
Making our way back through Hyde Park to he hotel, we wouldn't help but appreciate how delightful it is to have open space in the middle of a large city. We collected our bags, made our way to the train, got on and then Andrew, who was checking the departure terminal said, 'our plane to France is already boarding!' *****!, we have missed our ...
... on the right train to my lodgings. A few days later I got on the same line but with the Monday morning peak hour madness to contend with. It was a harrowing experience to be sardined at that ungodly hour, and I was intensely relieved to be leaving it for the open air above.
My first night in London was a resounding success. It involved an undisclosed number of Pints at various establishments before spruiking the benefits of Vegemite to all and sundry ...
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