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... this is going to be a wonderful afternoon.
After about an hour and travelling 2km's my poor old bladder was screaming in pain, so much so that it was too painful to change gears so I got out of the hire car, raced back to Brendan in Fifi and said you really need to pull off to the side of the road coz I have to wazz. We managed to pull onto the shoulder, I turned off the car and literally ran to Fifi and her beloved toilet. I felt a little bit like ...
... final flight, so, once we were through security, we stopped for a Costa coffee... A good old black Americano... Everywhere I've been in Asia seems to favour a very sweet coffee, usually milky (fresh or condensed) so it was a refreshing change.
The Beijing to London flight was an 11 hour stretch... But with the whole row to myself I was able to properly lounge about the whole time. I didn't manage to sleep but did finally watch "the imitation game" and ...
... of lager, we get the nod, hurrah we are on our way. But wait, we are told that our seats have been changed yet again! With a heavy heart and some dismay we are ready to board. Shock and horror our seats are changed again! The lovely lady from BA says we are now in business class and with a glass of Tattinger resting on the table in front of me in seat 18E, I tear up the nascent letter of complaint and look forward to the unfolding ...
... Dublin..." The agent rolled her eyes, but then resigned, "Ok, but next time you need to have the address where you are staying." "Yes ma'am."
After squeaking through customs, we picked up our checked bags, then left the secure area. The plan was to meet up with a friend from Michigan at Heathrow, then take a train to Paddington, but we found out that her flight out of Chicago had been delayed. We sat at the ...
... not a single tourist or person around. So, if you ever want to visit the Palace, and actually see it – not crowds of people – midnight is a great time to do so. I grabbed a late dinner at Victoria station, and Rich took the tube to his train station. However, he later told me he missed his train, had to wait another hour for one, and then slept through his stop – not getting home until 5 in the morning. That’s a pretty awful ...