Hour Glass Hotel
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... head that Stansted was one of London's smaller airports, but let me tell you - it is NOT. Security lines are the most hilarious thing. No matter how panicked or in a rush you are, you are forced to calmly (externally) wait in a long line (as your mind= "AH! AH! MY FLIGHT!"), and not blink an eye as people rummage through your stuff, take your clothes and shoes off, and VERY calmly walk through an xray machine, and then as soon as your things decide to come down the ...
... of food that we had. Then we spent the afternoon looking at the Vault, the Treasury and doing scientific things in the Investigate room. Pretty cool.
We left at 5pm and then had to battle peak-hour, rain and a packed Underground. We made our way to Waterloo and then caught the overland train to Woking. Thankfully the train went straight there and we walked from the station to Trees' place.
... We landed in Gerona airport and due to my lack of time and organisation I had no idea where the airport was in relation to Barcelona or my hostel. I found a bus station at the airport that ran buses to and from Barcelona, so I got on one of those. With 8% phone battery and no credit or data, I decided to walk around until I found a McDonald's (so I could use their free wifi)... I never found one. After walking (around aimlessly) for close to 1.5 hours I decided to check and see if ...
... big red double decker bus with our suitcases to within 500m of our hotel where it was an easy walk in a well serviced locality with everything we need. After checking in to our new home for the next 5 nights at Islington we found a lovely deli and bought takeaway salads, turkey breast some nibbles and drinks to have a nice relaxing night in. Now for our unorganised, unstructured, design our own adventure for a week....but first of all a good sleep ...
... manager stopped the show. She just walked on stage and shut it down! Luckily they sorted it out and we saw a great show. The stand out for me was the person who played Elder Cunningham. He was brilliant. After the show we went Andrew's pub, The John Snow (No, not that John Snow!, Google the real one). A half an hour Tube and DLR ride and we are back in the Hotel. Washing clothes tomorrow, oh joy! Ka kite ...