The Royal Foundation of St Katharine
Travel Blogs from London
... people ahead to move and let me through. I gently tapped shoulders, gave my excuse me may I please try to squeeze by you my flight is about to leave. Most people were pretty kind, I mad it about half way. Then I couldn't get any further so I had to wait. Finally I made it off the plane, about 3-4 minutes left. I started speed walking towards the terminal for my next flight, then heard announcements "Treva Marie Steward" please make your way to gate ...
... don't know what's wrong with the one upstairs), and tried to get another drink. So we had to baby him AGAIN and make him go to bed again! We were pretty annoyed at this stage so stayed up for another drink, even though we had to get up soon for a flight! When we headed up to bed we were treated to a very nice surprise... Lyle had spewed in his bed, Darren's bed AND my bed. So we headed straight back down to the bar! We had a bit more of a chat to Jarred, told him what happened ...
... we did when we arrived was shopping.. for some feminine tops, while still wearing the weary look of a very long transit.
Now for ‘Transition’. We had already ‘transitioned’ from Londonites back to suburban Aussies. I vividly recall the relief I felt when we had decided it was the only fitting idea to return home. Not only did we crave our families and familiarity after the reality check of losing such a close loved one, but we ...
... the other Contiki group. Lets just say we both had blue balls in the morning. - Christmas was a man on a mission tonight, securing the first (and what would be only) double dipping of the trip. - The Redbull shots in a bottle, that were on offer at the bar, were everyone's kryptonite, levelling everyone eventually. In saying that, when they are that cheap and you can win a free one by making a basketball shot, why would you say no? Day 16 (May 22nd): - Got up exceptionally early ...
... lagers, ales, or bitters. The last time I'd been in England I was not much of a beer drinker and Bud Light was my beer of choice in the states (i.e. United States). So in England I stuck to the lagers, which were pretty strong for my taste buds at the time. And although they were tasting much better by the end of the trip, I never had a desire to try anything else. But now my taste in beer has matured a lot, so I decided to be adventurous. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility