The Antigallican Hotel
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... Indian guy from London who was taking his mother to Israel for her 70th birthday and he helped up through it all and made sure we made it to the hotel OK. Caught about 5 hours sleep before catching a train into King's Cross where we spotted platform 9 and 3/4. Then on to York where friends of Mike and Aii Law were meeting ...
... and the swimming pool. You can enjoy them free of cost.
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... of primary colors emblazoned with every kind of M&M imaginable. I think we got off lightly leaving with just 5 smallish bags of sweets from the wall of rainbow colored confectionary.
The walk through the theatre district and across Trafalgar Square was fabulous and the kids marvelled at everything.
We arrived at the gates of Buckingham Palace in time for the Changing of the Guards - but not early enough to avoid the crowds who already lined the Palace gates. I ...
... and it was from here that he sailed to NZ as a young boy in the 1840s…….the rest as they say, is history.
From Orford we headed straight back to London to Claire’s flat to await the arrival of Mike, (Tony’s brother) who was travelling to this part of the world for the first time. Mike rather bravely opted to catch the underground from Heathrow in the middle of the rush hour which is rather challenging for even seasoned travelers, but after a ...
... and split a tuna melt. Yum! The market was full of stuff, all kinds. "Anything and everything a chap can unload" is exactly right. Carts that sold old cameras and binoculars, fresh fruit and veggies, odds and ends of china and flatware, vintage clothes, new clothes, jewelry, old license plates, etc filled the street for blocks. We didn't get all the way through it, but at least we got a little sample. When we ...