MiNC Notting Hill Suites
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... the players change rooms, and the dugout where the subs and manager sit during the game. Got some great pictures, and some great stories behind the scenes.
And a special treat to be able to get photo taken with the FA cup (which they are current holders of). Brilliant to be up close to it, even if we weren’t allowed to touch it.
Was able to book a late lunch (3.30 sit down) so time to do the museum tour beforehand. It ...
... ve both been better than we would have been in the UK – no major problems really, with only the occasional very short bout of illness, the most serious of which was with Vin in Bali which lasted a few days right at the end of the trip. Amazing really, considering where we’ve been travelling and that we haven’t been as careful as we might have been – maybe that helped? In fact the only real problem occurred on the very last day of the trip when ...
... in front of my face and said something I swear - we almost got into it a little bit.
We went and sat in St. James Park again and soaked it in - its so peaceful there you literally feel it as soon as you cross the gates. I could spend every day here and be happy - we just snuggled up on a bench and watched the mutant birds come at us.
Got some food, got lost again, found the hotel and ...
... eventually up to 22 miles, but to be perfectly honest I think the combination of the challenge of running that distance along with Lara's companionship and willingness to listen to me babble for hours to while away the miles, made it not just possible but even enjoyable. While I usually pushed the pace at the beginning of the runs, Lara made the distances possible and kept my legs moving even up to and past the dreaded mile 17/18 which I now officially recognize as my wall.
... our bags. Fifteen minutes later it’s 9:40 and a new guy has checked one of their remaining three bags. On the upside, the middle aged English woman had a lamb stuffed animal in her bag and she happily makes it talk to the agent. Their flight doesn’t leave until 11:50. The new guy gets done with their bags and takes his requisite 10 minute coffee break before coming back to check my one bag. Meanwhile the line has grown ...