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... Park, just about packed as we have an early start tomorrow, fingers crossed the cab shows up on time. Out for dinner at The Grumpy Mole at cheam. Still pouring down with rain so nice to spend a convivial evening with June and Laurence. Early night in preparation for our 7.15 am. ...
... and passed by so many attractions. The whole we did the entire P l Dinner at 6.30 at Pizza Hut Piccadilly. 23 gbp. What a day so much in 12 hrs. Train home good buy with the oyster (go card) for 2.80 gbp. Home by 8.30 interesting sunset is about then and still outside light at 9 pm. Tick to changing of the guard, Big Ben, London tower bridge, the Thames, Westminster abbey and of course so many places on the monopoly ...
... is a moment of serendipity. It was enough to stop me, literally, right in my tracks. I wish I could have called home right there in that moment. It would have been like an audio postcard... "Hey Mom & Dad, I love you, can you hear Ben in the background...?"
After a few tourist selfies, we continued walking.
Do I want to see where Will & Kate got hitched?... Well I stayed up all night watching the wedding on TV so uhh yeah I need to ...
So the adventure has come to an end. I have to say I am ready to go home. I miss peanut butter and wearing clothes that were last washed in a washing machine not a soaping stations, and sleeping with sheets, not just a duvet. Of course there's lots of people I miss too...the fam jam and Mister Boo, babies that have undoubtably changed piles since I last saw them, birthday girls I missed celebrating with, and all the usual peeps! I'm even excited to get into a routine of ...
... Henry was all dressed up in Roman attire and gave us a lesson on what life was like for a 10 year old boy living in Rome.
Saturday December 14th.
No time for the gym today as Les wanted to checkout a Christmas market at the O2 center. We got the train there only to discover that they wanted to charge us 7 English pounds just to get into the market. Paying to get into a shop is not cool in anyone's book so we gave it a ...