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Paddington bear, Premier Inn and Elemis Spa

Hello,

We safely made it to London and after dinner with Natalie (twin sister) we decided a visit to Paddington Bear statue was in order. Why you ask? Well in one of those bored moments, we were discussing where Paddington Bear had immigrated from. I had no idea but was reliable informed he is from deepest, darkest Peru. As Peru is the last stop on our adventures and London the departure point we decided a visit to the Paddington Bear statue would be appropriate.

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Then it was time for an early night, we stayed at the Heathrow T5 Premier Inn, it's virtual brand new and has these cool check in machines. We were checked in within 2 minutes! If you are staying at the Premier Inn and are travelling to/from T5 use the 423 free London bus, it's the Thistle Hotel stop.

And now we at the airport and I am very excited about our first flight to Delhi. We checked in, my bag was only 12kg. Keith's was 16kg! Women can pack light. Woman can pack light. [I'm carrying half her stuff though - note from KB]

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After security I rushed to the lounge, oh yes club class. Why the rush, well T5 has an Elemis Spa for passengers travelling Club and above. Heaven, facial, free food and drink. I booked into the spa and had a hydrating facial, whilst been massaged by an intelligent massage chair. The chair was a bit aggressive but the facial was lovely. [Am I allowed to comment on the phrase "the facial was lovely".......?]

Now time for a coffee or wine and then off to the aeroplane.

Next time I write we will be in India.

Bye Stacey

Posted by StaceyandKeith 02:15 Archived in United Kingdom Tagged leaving

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Hi travellers. Claire got back from India an hour ago. You must have.passed in the air. Hope you have a fantastic time. Bring me back a t-shirt...with Tricky's face on it!

09.02.2013 by Matt Whitnall

Definitely visit Dilli Haat market for shopping as traders come from all over India and Hauz Khas village for some lovely rooftop restaurants and yummy cocktails. xxx

10.02.2013 by Chander Mehan

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