Dylan Apartments Kensington 60
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I am just about to embark on my travels to China and India! At the age of 60, who would have thought I would be doing this?
Anyway, just arrived at East End airport in London, very surprised at how sustainable these airports have become! Its a very good feeling of not having to worry about your luggage, well, ...
... it looks like they have and are still in the process of upgrading the store. Had a good wander around looking at all their merchandise and prices - very interesting. Jumped on a tube to Oxford Street and had a further look around again, but soon returned to The Windermere - still fighting the jetlag.
... there were a lot of tourists, which makes moving through the place even harder.
I wandered my way up Regent Street, stopping in at Hamley's toy store (Open since 1760, largest toy shop in the world covering 5000 square meters). This was also a bad idea as it was absolutely packed, to the point that even moving around was difficult in places. Still, I survived, and wandered around some more, before grabbing some dinner.
... the window, I saw Seattle, and knew that it would not be long now, before I was home. I had all my customs stuff filled out, and was ready to clear into the country. I had my "Global Entry" card, and was curious to see how this, or even if this, was going to work as nifty as it did when I returned to LAX after being in PV in February. First class was allowed to disembark first, so off I went. Once going along all the ramps, and into the bowels of the ...
... She looked most offended, however, when she had to move so I could make my escape.
Of course a visit to London wouldn't be complete without the obligatory bump-into-someone-you-know-at-a-famous- landmark routine. For us it was Lil Sis's TAFE teacher at the British Museum.
After we'd had enough of that, we took the train to St Paul's. We wanted to climb up to the top of the dome to look out over London.
We forgot one thing.