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... Southbank and went ice skating at the London Eye. The next day Andrea, Aaron and Chloe went to London Zoo and saw the baby gorilla that is only 1 week old. Craig opted to do a bit of shopping. That evening we went to see the Xmas trees in Covent Garden and Trafalgar ...
Wait, the drama didn’t finish. As we landed our good friend, the captain made an announcement to say there is a medical emergency and we all have to wait in our seats until the medics board and clear the aircraft. Does this mean another delay?
What kind of medical emergency???!!………R 30;……. EBOLA?
... a little information to help you know what's what with the types of Champagne on offer:
A cuvée de prestige is considered to be the best of a Champagne producers range; names such as Cristal, Laurent-Perrier's Grand Siècle and Dom Pérignon fit into this category. The first prestige cuvée available to the public to purchase was ...
... catching up with us, and the idea of travelling on the tube in peak hour seemed too much to handle. All in all - loving London. So beautiful, so much history, and at least by day it feels safe. I'm sorry that it feels quite the opposite at night. Fiona Highlights: 1) a man running to catch up to us, and asking Maddy out for a dinner date. She politely declined. He walked away dejected. 2) Signing up for a one month ...
London part 2 nearly started with a lot less luggage than before (which wouldn't have been a bad thing) after the doors shut with half of our stuff still on the platform in Glasgow. We managed to lug it on to the train somehow and once again annoyed most of our friends in the carriage over 4 and a half hours back to Euston. Once more we managed to somehow stuff 5 suitcases, 4 people, a couple of scooters and some other random stuff into a London cab ...