Feels odd to be losing our base. Bags all packed and just as well dad was given another bag by All Black Tours, they are all full to bursting! Those presents from Police a Museum are bulky.
Dad let me just hang around until afternoon - wanted iPad time so we relaxed in hotel lounge.
Cemetery walk was a strange idea but we were told it was interesting place and lots of famous graves. It was a nice walk, I fed the squirrels and birds, ate a picnic and saw lots of stuff. At far end of Cemetery I saw something that looked like a football ground. Dad showed me an aerial views - it's only Stamford Bridge! Very handy to cemetery with them being terminally ill and all.
I did enjoy the walk and chat and things to look at. Quiet place and people just relaxed. More children than I expected too.
Back to hotel lounge and went into my iPad again. Will soon be time to go to Hammersmith for Dynamo.
We left at gone 6 (emergency toilet visit first) - 3 bags with us now. Luckily station is close and 3 stops/one change. A lady on one of the stations gave me some sweets and at another a guy congratulated us on the rugby win yesterday - must have been the All Blacks bag I had on my back! Apollo was right outside tube exit so no walking with heavy bags.
Left bags there and went for a quick meal - MacDonald's for speed. My 2nd of the whole trip. Meal came with another reading book, got 3 now.
The show was incredible - lots of audience involvement and everything impossible as usual. Show ended and we got bags out of cloakroom quickly. Dad used the Uber app to get transport - meant trip to Paddington was by taxi and you could watch car coming in real time on app. It was free too - part of the first time user promotion.