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... prior to heading out to watch the England Vs. Australia Rugby World Cup match. Margo is a girlfriend of mine who I met through work at the GC hospital (a fellow OT colleague) and her husband Matty. They have moved over to London just recently so it was nice to catch them while we were here. And I have already explained who Fraser is of course. So they get to our hotel and conversation is easy and flowing and we’re all relaxed and having a lot of fun. ...
... as his brother was away but he had just given his pass to another friend.
After our yummy Thali's we headed back to the hotel for dessert, it was 9pm and we had been out all day. Exhausted yes but happy yes.
Tim and I ended our time in London with an early morning run along the Thames to the London Tower bridge which stretch to 9km buy the time we got back, I think our longest run all holiday.
London was awesome!!
... scandals to tell! We watched the Guards do their thing at Buckingham Palace, unfortunately for security reason the ones outside the palace are no longer there. We then walked some more to Sloan Square where we met Yvonne and her daughter (I worked with her at the Hyatt and hadn't seen her for about 18 years). We went to The Botanist which is a gorgeous place in the square, Tony and I had been previously and ...
... of this ancient foggy city. The tour guide told us about all sorts of characteristics related to the UK, such as bikes as a luxury. An old BMW may cost 800 pounds, while one may have to spend a thousand pounds on a new bike; the universal free medical care (except for dental and eyeglasses coverage) the British take pride in; the UK's not-so-big disparity between the rich and the poor, with people rarely comparing themselves with others financially; British people’s ...
... time in Eastern Europe – not only is it cheaper than the West, its much calmer and the scenery is to die for!
3. Don’t travel to Paris by train! – take a coach there, not only do you save money, but it enables you to validate your pass in Paris, giving you an extra day or two in Europe.
4. Learn a little language – i’m not saying learn the whole language, just key phrases! Despite the ...