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... our travel day so stocking up was a great idea. A nice swim to work off some of the calories and we're good to go.
Next stop......Toronto airport where we head off to Ancaster and Kingston respectively. It will take the better part of a week to sort out pictures and get rid of the Chip Gut! But it was all worth it.
Joanne & Rhe.
p.s. Michael, tell Maple Windsor Boot Camp is almost over..
... and went for a little walk around Kensington gardens, before checking out just before 12 and then spending the rest of hue he'd day at the V&A. I'd left this one to last, a) because it's really close to my hotel so easy to get to, and b) it is one of my favourite places in London, and I wanted to be able to spend a good amount of time there without feeling rushed. I ended up spending all afternoon there, and saw pretty much the whole museum, which ...
... and Italian besides. They had a table available for 8:30 so we booked it right away and worried about prices later. The train station we needed to go south was closed for renovation so we had to take quite a roundabout way to get down the the restaurant. Andrew has really perfected his London tube skills after that one. Just the sort of thing that makes us worried for France when everything is in A different language. Made it to the restaurant and it was like ...
... Ron looked at the map, said "I think you're right" and bolted out the door which quickly shut behind him leaving me standing in the aisle with my mouth open. The train and I took off down the track leaving Ron bewildered at the station. The subway scene from "The French Connection" flashed through my mind. Fortunately Ron had the good sense to stay where he was and not chase after me. ...
... of my favourite (for some reason) Beatles photos was taken back in 1963, shortly after they first arrived in London. This was during the same session in which the shot used for the Live at the BBC cover was taken--that's another favourite of mine! Walking down that alley, which doesn't look all that different except that it's now crowded in with Chinese food restaurants and shops and not peelers, was like stepping into ...