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2: LONDON | We arrived at JFK Delta Terminal 2 on Sunday afternoon very excited, and ready to head out on our European adventure. We checked in, were not overweight in baggage, and headed to the gate (which was a mile away, in a different Terminal. You would think they would just tell you to check in at Terminal 3 if your flight was actually leaving from Terminal 3). It’s funny how the Terminal is really geared toward foreign travelers. There weren’t any Hudson News but there were Relay’s. We sat at the gate, only to wait and wait and wait. We were supposed to board at 5:55, but didn’t end up on the plane until around 6:45, taking off at 7:10. The flight was long, a little over 7 hrs. We both took Ambien, but it wasn’t great. I slept more than Tzvi. For dinner we got a Kosher meal and I knew I shouldn’t touch the actual hot meal because it always is so nauseating, but against my better judgment I ate it, and it was quite nauseating waking up from a drugged slumber a few hours later. Finally we landed at about 7am London time. The customs line was extremely long and took about 45 minutes to get through. Thankfully the luggage was out when we got there, and we boarded the Heathrow Express. That train would take us to Paddington, where we would then have to take a cab to our hotel. The train was nice, it had nice seats and had places to put large luggage. Our cab driver was great. He was a nice old British man. He quizzed us on our British English and he told us that if we want a snack or a cup of coffee that we should only go to Starbucks or McDonalds because the local places are total rip offs. Nice to know that we traveled all this way to save money by heading to Starbucks. | LONDON | We arrived at JFK Delta Terminal 2 on Sunday afternoon very excited, and ready to head out on our European adventure. We checked in, were not overweight in baggage, and headed to the gate (which was a mile away, in a different Terminal. You would think they would just tell you to check in at Terminal 3 if your flight was actually leaving from Terminal 3). It’s funny how the Terminal is really geared toward foreign travelers. There weren’t any Hudson News but there were Relay’s. We sat at the gate, only to wait and wait and wait. We were supposed to board at 5:55, but didn’t end up on the plane until around 6:45, taking off at 7:10. The flight was long, a little over 7 hrs. We both took Ambien, but it wasn’t great. I slept more than Tzvi. For dinner we got a Kosher meal and I knew I shouldn’t touch the actual hot meal because it always is so nauseating, but against my better judgment I ate it, and it was quite nauseating waking up from a drugged slumber a few hours later. Finally we landed at about 7am London time. The customs line was extremely long and took about 45 minutes to get through. Thankfully the luggage was out when we got there, and we boarded the Heathrow Express. That train would take us to Paddington, where we would then have to take a cab to our hotel. The train was nice, it had nice seats and had places to put large luggage. Our cab driver was great. He was a nice old British man. He quizzed us on our British English and he told us that if we want a snack or a cup of coffee that we should only go to Starbucks or McDonalds because the local places are total rip offs. Nice to know that we traveled all this way to save money by heading to Starbucks. | LONDON | We arrived at JFK Delta Terminal 2 on Sunday afternoon very excited, and ready to head out on our European adventure. We checked in, were not overweight in baggage, and headed to the gate (which was a mile away, in a different Terminal. You would think they would just tell you to check in at Terminal 3 if your flight was actually leaving from Terminal 3). It’s funny how the Terminal is really geared toward foreign travelers. There weren’t any Hudson News but there were Relay’s. We sat at the gate, only to wait and wait and wait. We were supposed to board at 5:55, but didn’t end up on the plane until around 6:45, taking off at 7:10. The flight was long, a little over 7 hrs. We both took Ambien, but it wasn’t great. I slept more than Tzvi. For dinner we got a Kosher meal and I knew I shouldn’t touch the actual hot meal because it always is so nauseating, but against my better judgment I ate it, and it was quite nauseating waking up from a drugged slumber a few hours later. Finally we landed at about 7am London time. The customs line was extremely long and took about 45 minutes to get through. Thankfully the luggage was out when we got there, and we boarded the Heathrow Express. That train would take us to Paddington, where we would then have to take a cab to our hotel. The train was nice, it had nice seats and had places to put large luggage. Our cab driver was great. He was a nice old British man. He quizzed us on our British English and he told us that if we want a snack or a cup of coffee that we should only go to Starbucks or McDonalds because the local places are total rip offs. Nice to know that we traveled all this way to save money by heading to Starbucks. | LONDON | We arrived at JFK Delta Terminal 2 on Sunday afternoon very excited, and ready to head out on our European adventure. We checked in, were not overweight in baggage, and headed to the gate (which was a mile away, in a different Terminal. You would think they would just tell you to check in at Terminal 3 if your flight was actually leaving from Terminal 3). It’s funny how the Terminal is really geared toward foreign travelers. There weren’t any Hudson News but there were Relay’s. We sat at the gate, only to wait and wait and wait. We were supposed to board at 5:55, but didn’t end up on the plane until around 6:45, taking off at 7:10. The flight was long, a little over 7 hrs. We both took Ambien, but it wasn’t great. I slept more than Tzvi. For dinner we got a Kosher meal and I knew I shouldn’t touch the actual hot meal because it always is so nauseating, but against my better judgment I ate it, and it was quite nauseating waking up from a drugged slumber a few hours later. Finally we landed at about 7am London time. The customs line was extremely long and took about 45 minutes to get through. Thankfully the luggage was out when we got there, and we boarded the Heathrow Express. That train would take us to Paddington, where we would then have to take a cab to our hotel. The train was nice, it had nice seats and had places to put large luggage. Our cab driver was great. He was a nice old British man. He quizzed us on our British English and he told us that if we want a snack or a cup of coffee that we should only go to Starbucks or McDonalds because the local places are total rip offs. Nice to know that we traveled all this way to save money by heading to Starbucks. | LONDON | We arrived at JFK Delta Terminal 2 on Sunday afternoon very excited, and ready to head out on our European adventure. We checked in, were not overweight in baggage, and headed to the gate (which was a mile away, in a different Terminal. You would think they would just tell you to check in at Terminal 3 if your flight was actually leaving from Terminal 3). It’s funny how the Terminal is really geared toward foreign travelers. There weren’t any Hudson News but there were Relay’s. We sat at the gate, only to wait and wait and wait. We were supposed to board at 5:55, but didn’t end up on the plane until around 6:45, taking off at 7:10. The flight was long, a little over 7 hrs. We both took Ambien, but it wasn’t great. I slept more than Tzvi. For dinner we got a Kosher meal and I knew I shouldn’t touch the actual hot meal because it always is so nauseating, but against my better judgment I ate it, and it was quite nauseating waking up from a drugged slumber a few hours later. Finally we landed at about 7am London time. The customs line was extremely long and took about 45 minutes to get through. Thankfully the luggage was out when we got there, and we boarded the Heathrow Express. That train would take us to Paddington, where we would then have to take a cab to our hotel. The train was nice, it had nice seats and had places to put large luggage. Our cab driver was great. He was a nice old British man. He quizzed us on our British English and he told us that if we want a snack or a cup of coffee that we should only go to Starbucks or McDonalds because the local places are total rip offs. Nice to know that we traveled all this way to save money by heading to Starbucks. | LONDON | We arrived at JFK Delta Terminal 2 on Sunday afternoon very excited, and ready to head out on our European adventure. We checked in, were not overweight in baggage, and headed to the gate (which was a mile away, in a different Terminal. You would think they would just tell you to check in at Terminal 3 if your flight was actually leaving from Terminal 3). It’s funny how the Terminal is really geared toward foreign travelers. There weren’t any Hudson News but there were Relay’s. We sat at the gate, only to wait and wait and wait. We were supposed to board at 5:55, but didn’t end up on the plane until around 6:45, taking off at 7:10. The flight was long, a little over 7 hrs. We both took Ambien, but it wasn’t great. I slept more than Tzvi. For dinner we got a Kosher meal and I knew I shouldn’t touch the actual hot meal because it always is so nauseating, but against my better judgment I ate it, and it was quite nauseating waking up from a drugged slumber a few hours later. Finally we landed at about 7am London time. The customs line was extremely long and took about 45 minutes to get through. Thankfully the luggage was out when we got there, and we boarded the Heathrow Express. That train would take us to Paddington, where we would then have to take a cab to our hotel. The train was nice, it had nice seats and had places to put large luggage. Our cab driver was great. He was a nice old British man. He quizzed us on our British English and he told us that if we want a snack or a cup of coffee that we should only go to Starbucks or McDonalds because the local places are total rip offs. Nice to know that we traveled all this way to save money by heading to Starbucks. | LONDON | We arrived at JFK Delta Terminal 2 on Sunday afternoon very excited, and ready to head out on our European adventure. We checked in, were not overweight in baggage, and headed to the gate (which was a mile away, in a different Terminal. You would think they would just tell you to check in at Terminal 3 if your flight was actually leaving from Terminal 3). It’s funny how the Terminal is really geared toward foreign travelers. There weren’t any Hudson News but there were Relay’s. We sat at the gate, only to wait and wait and wait. We were supposed to board at 5:55, but didn’t end up on the plane until around 6:45, taking off at 7:10. The flight was long, a little over 7 hrs. We both took Ambien, but it wasn’t great. I slept more than Tzvi. For dinner we got a Kosher meal and I knew I shouldn’t touch the actual hot meal because it always is so nauseating, but against my better judgment I ate it, and it was quite nauseating waking up from a drugged slumber a few hours later. Finally we landed at about 7am London time. The customs line was extremely long and took about 45 minutes to get through. Thankfully the luggage was out when we got there, and we boarded the Heathrow Express. That train would take us to Paddington, where we would then have to take a cab to our hotel. The train was nice, it had nice seats and had places to put large luggage. Our cab driver was great. He was a nice old British man. He quizzed us on our British English and he told us that if we want a snack or a cup of coffee that we should only go to Starbucks or McDonalds because the local places are total rip offs. Nice to know that we traveled all this way to save money by heading to Starbucks. | LONDON | We arrived at JFK Delta Terminal 2 on Sunday afternoon very excited, and ready to head out on our European adventure. We checked in, were not overweight in baggage, and headed to the gate (which was a mile away, in a different Terminal. You would think they would just tell you to check in at Terminal 3 if your flight was actually leaving from Terminal 3). It’s funny how the Terminal is really geared toward foreign travelers. There weren’t any Hudson News but there were Relay’s. We sat at the gate, only to wait and wait and wait. We were supposed to board at 5:55, but didn’t end up on the plane until around 6:45, taking off at 7:10. The flight was long, a little over 7 hrs. We both took Ambien, but it wasn’t great. I slept more than Tzvi. For dinner we got a Kosher meal and I knew I shouldn’t touch the actual hot meal because it always is so nauseating, but against my better judgment I ate it, and it was quite nauseating waking up from a drugged slumber a few hours later. Finally we landed at about 7am London time. The customs line was extremely long and took about 45 minutes to get through. Thankfully the luggage was out when we got there, and we boarded the Heathrow Express. That train would take us to Paddington, where we would then have to take a cab to our hotel. The train was nice, it had nice seats and had places to put large luggage. Our cab driver was great. He was a nice old British man. He quizzed us on our British English and he told us that if we want a snack or a cup of coffee that we should only go to Starbucks or McDonalds because the local places are total rip offs. Nice to know that we traveled all this way to save money by heading to Starbucks. | LONDON | We arrived at JFK Delta Terminal 2 on Sunday afternoon very excited, and ready to head out on our European adventure. We checked in, were not overweight in baggage, and headed to the gate (which was a mile away, in a different Terminal. You would think they would just tell you to check in at Terminal 3 if your flight was actually leaving from Terminal 3). It’s funny how the Terminal is really geared toward foreign travelers. There weren’t any Hudson News but there were Relay’s. We sat at the gate, only to wait and wait and wait. We were supposed to board at 5:55, but didn’t end up on the plane until around 6:45, taking off at 7:10. The flight was long, a little over 7 hrs. We both took Ambien, but it wasn’t great. I slept more than Tzvi. For dinner we got a Kosher meal and I knew I shouldn’t touch the actual hot meal because it always is so nauseating, but against my better judgment I ate it, and it was quite nauseating waking up from a drugged slumber a few hours later. Finally we landed at about 7am London time. The customs line was extremely long and took about 45 minutes to get through. Thankfully the luggage was out when we got there, and we boarded the Heathrow Express. That train would take us to Paddington, where we would then have to take a cab to our hotel. The train was nice, it had nice seats and had places to put large luggage. Our cab driver was great. He was a nice old British man. He quizzed us on our British English and he told us that if we want a snack or a cup of coffee that we should only go to Starbucks or McDonalds because the local places are total rip offs. Nice to know that we traveled all this way to save money by heading to Starbucks. | LONDON | We arrived at JFK Delta Terminal 2 on Sunday afternoon very excited, and ready to head out on our European adventure. We checked in, were not overweight in baggage, and headed to the gate (which was a mile away, in a different Terminal. You would think they would just tell you to check in at Terminal 3 if your flight was actually leaving from Terminal 3). It’s funny how the Terminal is really geared toward foreign travelers. There weren’t any Hudson News but there were Relay’s. We sat at the gate, only to wait and wait and wait. We were supposed to board at 5:55, but didn’t end up on the plane until around 6:45, taking off at 7:10. The flight was long, a little over 7 hrs. We both took Ambien, but it wasn’t great. I slept more than Tzvi. For dinner we got a Kosher meal and I knew I shouldn’t touch the actual hot meal because it always is so nauseating, but against my better judgment I ate it, and it was quite nauseating waking up from a drugged slumber a few hours later. Finally we landed at about 7am London time. The customs line was extremely long and took about 45 minutes to get through. Thankfully the luggage was out when we got there, and we boarded the Heathrow Express. That train would take us to Paddington, where we would then have to take a cab to our hotel. The train was nice, it had nice seats and had places to put large luggage. Our cab driver was great. He was a nice old British man. He quizzed us on our British English and he told us that if we want a snack or a cup of coffee that we should only go to Starbucks or McDonalds because the local places are total rip offs. Nice to know that we traveled all this way to save money by heading to Starbucks. | LONDON | We arrived at JFK Delta Terminal 2 on Sunday afternoon very excited, and ready to head out on our European adventure. We checked in, were not overweight in baggage, and headed to the gate (which was a mile away, in a different Terminal. You would think they would just tell you to check in at Terminal 3 if your flight was actually leaving from Terminal 3). It’s funny how the Terminal is really geared toward foreign travelers. There weren’t any Hudson News but there were Relay’s. We sat at the gate, only to wait and wait and wait. We were supposed to board at 5:55, but didn’t end up on the plane until around 6:45, taking off at 7:10. The flight was long, a little over 7 hrs. We both took Ambien, but it wasn’t great. I slept more than Tzvi. For dinner we got a Kosher meal and I knew I shouldn’t touch the actual hot meal because it always is so nauseating, but against my better judgment I ate it, and it was quite nauseating waking up from a drugged slumber a few hours later. Finally we landed at about 7am London time. The customs line was extremely long and took about 45 minutes to get through. Thankfully the luggage was out when we got there, and we boarded the Heathrow Express. That train would take us to Paddington, where we would then have to take a cab to our hotel. The train was nice, it had nice seats and had places to put large luggage. Our cab driver was great. He was a nice old British man. He quizzed us on our British English and he told us that if we want a snack or a cup of coffee that we should only go to Starbucks or McDonalds because the local places are total rip offs. Nice to know that we traveled all this way to save money by heading to Starbucks. | LONDON | We arrived at JFK Delta Terminal 2 on Sunday afternoon very excited, and ready to head out on our European adventure. We checked in, were not overweight in baggage, and headed to the gate (which was a mile away, in a different Terminal. You would think they would just tell you to check in at Terminal 3 if your flight was actually leaving from Terminal 3). It’s funny how the Terminal is really geared toward foreign travelers. There weren’t any Hudson News but there were Relay’s. We sat at the gate, only to wait and wait and wait. We were supposed to board at 5:55, but didn’t end up on the plane until around 6:45, taking off at 7:10. The flight was long, a little over 7 hrs. We both took Ambien, but it wasn’t great. I slept more than Tzvi. For dinner we got a Kosher meal and I knew I shouldn’t touch the actual hot meal because it always is so nauseating, but against my better judgment I ate it, and it was quite nauseating waking up from a drugged slumber a few hours later. Finally we landed at about 7am London time. The customs line was extremely long and took about 45 minutes to get through. Thankfully the luggage was out when we got there, and we boarded the Heathrow Express. That train would take us to Paddington, where we would then have to take a cab to our hotel. The train was nice, it had nice seats and had places to put large luggage. Our cab driver was great. He was a nice old British man. He quizzed us on our British English and he told us that if we want a snack or a cup of coffee that we should only go to Starbucks or McDonalds because the local places are total rip offs. Nice to know that we traveled all this way to save money by heading to Starbucks. | LONDON | We arrived at JFK Delta Terminal 2 on Sunday afternoon very excited, and ready to head out on our European adventure. We checked in, were not overweight in baggage, and headed to the gate (which was a mile away, in a different Terminal. You would think they would just tell you to check in at Terminal 3 if your flight was actually leaving from Terminal 3). It’s funny how the Terminal is really geared toward foreign travelers. There weren’t any Hudson News but there were Relay’s. We sat at the gate, only to wait and wait and wait. We were supposed to board at 5:55, but didn’t end up on the plane until around 6:45, taking off at 7:10. The flight was long, a little over 7 hrs. We both took Ambien, but it wasn’t great. I slept more than Tzvi. For dinner we got a Kosher meal and I knew I shouldn’t touch the actual hot meal because it always is so nauseating, but against my better judgment I ate it, and it was quite nauseating waking up from a drugged slumber a few hours later. Finally we landed at about 7am London time. The customs line was extremely long and took about 45 minutes to get through. Thankfully the luggage was out when we got there, and we boarded the Heathrow Express. That train would take us to Paddington, where we would then have to take a cab to our hotel. The train was nice, it had nice seats and had places to put large luggage. Our cab driver was great. He was a nice old British man. He quizzed us on our British English and he told us that if we want a snack or a cup of coffee that we should only go to Starbucks or McDonalds because the local places are total rip offs. Nice to know that we traveled all this way to save money by heading to Starbucks. | LONDON | We arrived at JFK Delta Terminal 2 on Sunday afternoon very excited, and ready to head out on our European adventure. We checked in, were not overweight in baggage, and headed to the gate (which was a mile away, in a different Terminal. You would think they would just tell you to check in at Terminal 3 if your flight was actually leaving from Terminal 3). It’s funny how the Terminal is really geared toward foreign travelers. There weren’t any Hudson News but there were Relay’s. We sat at the gate, only to wait and wait and wait. We were supposed to board at 5:55, but didn’t end up on the plane until around 6:45, taking off at 7:10. The flight was long, a little over 7 hrs. We both took Ambien, but it wasn’t great. I slept more than Tzvi. For dinner we got a Kosher meal and I knew I shouldn’t touch the actual hot meal because it always is so nauseating, but against my better judgment I ate it, and it was quite nauseating waking up from a drugged slumber a few hours later. Finally we landed at about 7am London time. The customs line was extremely long and took about 45 minutes to get through. Thankfully the luggage was out when we got there, and we boarded the Heathrow Express. That train would take us to Paddington, where we would then have to take a cab to our hotel. The train was nice, it had nice seats and had places to put large luggage. Our cab driver was great. He was a nice old British man. He quizzed us on our British English and he told us that if we want a snack or a cup of coffee that we should only go to Starbucks or McDonalds because the local places are total rip offs. Nice to know that we traveled all this way to save money by heading to Starbucks. | LONDON | We arrived at JFK Delta Terminal 2 on Sunday afternoon very excited, and ready to head out on our European adventure. We checked in, were not overweight in baggage, and headed to the gate (which was a mile away, in a different Terminal. You would think they would just tell you to check in at Terminal 3 if your flight was actually leaving from Terminal 3). It’s funny how the Terminal is really geared toward foreign travelers. There weren’t any Hudson News but there were Relay’s. We sat at the gate, only to wait and wait and wait. We were supposed to board at 5:55, but didn’t end up on the plane until around 6:45, taking off at 7:10. The flight was long, a little over 7 hrs. We both took Ambien, but it wasn’t great. I slept more than Tzvi. For dinner we got a Kosher meal and I knew I shouldn’t touch the actual hot meal because it always is so nauseating, but against my better judgment I ate it, and it was quite nauseating waking up from a drugged slumber a few hours later. Finally we landed at about 7am London time. The customs line was extremely long and took about 45 minutes to get through. Thankfully the luggage was out when we got there, and we boarded the Heathrow Express. That train would take us to Paddington, where we would then have to take a cab to our hotel. The train was nice, it had nice seats and had places to put large luggage. Our cab driver was great. He was a nice old British man. He quizzed us on our British English and he told us that if we want a snack or a cup of coffee that we should only go to Starbucks or McDonalds because the local places are total rip offs. Nice to know that we traveled all this way to save money by heading to Starbucks. | LONDON | We arrived at JFK Delta Terminal 2 on Sunday afternoon very excited, and ready to head out on our European adventure. We checked in, were not overweight in baggage, and headed to the gate (which was a mile away, in a different Terminal). You would think they would just tell you to check in at Terminal 3 if your flight was actually leaving from Terminal 3). It’s funny how the terminal is really geared toward foreign travelers. There weren’t any Hudson News but there were Relay’s. We sat at the gate, only to wait and wait and wait. We were supposed to board at 5:55, but didn’t end up on the plane until around 6:45, taking off at 7:10. The flight was long, a little over seven hours. We both took Ambien, but it wasn’t great. I slept more than Tzvi. For dinner we got a Kosher meal and I knew I shouldn’t touch the actual hot meal because it always is so nauseating, but against my better judgment I ate it, and it was quite nauseating waking up from a drugged slumber a few hours later. Finally we landed at about 7am London time. The customs line was extremely long and took about 45 minutes to get through. Thankfully the luggage was out when we got there, and we boarded the Heathrow Express. That train would take us to Paddington, where we would then have to take a cab to our hotel. The train was nice, it had nice seats and had places to put large luggage. Our cab driver was great. He was a nice old British man. He quizzed us on our British English and he told us that if we want a snack or a cup of coffee that we should only go to Starbucks or McDonalds because the local places are total rip offs. Nice to know that we traveled all this way to save money by heading to Starbucks. | LONDON | We arrived at JFK Delta Terminal 2 on Sunday afternoon very excited, and ready to head out on our European adventure. We checked in, were not overweight in baggage, and headed to the gate (which was a mile away, in a different Terminal). You would think they would just tell you to check in at Terminal 3 if your flight was actually leaving from Terminal 3). It’s funny how the terminal is really geared toward foreign travelers. There weren’t any Hudson News but there were Relay’s. We sat at the gate, only to wait and wait and wait. We were supposed to board at 5:55, but didn’t end up on the plane until around 6:45, taking off at 7:10. The flight was long, a little over seven hours. We both took Ambien, but it wasn’t great. I slept more than Tzvi. For dinner we got a Kosher meal and I knew I shouldn’t touch the actual hot meal because it always is so nauseating, but against my better judgment I ate it, and it was quite nauseating waking up from a drugged slumber a few hours later. Finally we landed at about 7am London time. The customs line was extremely long and took about 45 minutes to get through. Thankfully the luggage was out when we got there, and we boarded the Heathrow Express. That train would take us to Paddington, where we would then have to take a cab to our hotel. The train was nice, it had nice seats and had places to put large luggage. Our cab driver was great. He was a nice old British man. He quizzed us on our British English and he told us that if we want a snack or a cup of coffee that we should only go to Starbucks or McDonalds because the local places are total rip offs. Nice to know that we traveled all this way to save money by heading to Starbucks. | LONDON | We arrived at JFK Delta Terminal 2 on Sunday afternoon very excited, and ready to head out on our European adventure. We checked in, were not overweight in baggage, and headed to the gate (which was a mile away, in a different Terminal). You would think they would just tell you to check in at Terminal 3 if your flight was actually leaving from Terminal 3). It’s funny how the terminal is really geared toward foreign travelers. There weren’t any Hudson News but there were Relay’s. We sat at the gate, only to wait and wait and wait. We were supposed to board at 5:55, but didn’t end up on the plane until around 6:45, taking off at 7:10. The flight was long, a little over seven hours. We both took Ambien, but it wasn’t great. I slept more than Tzvi. For dinner we got a Kosher meal and I knew I shouldn’t touch the actual hot meal because it always is so nauseating, but against my better judgment I ate it, and it was quite nauseating waking up from a drugged slumber a few hours later. Finally we landed at about 7am London time. The customs line was extremely long and took about 45 minutes to get through. Thankfully the luggage was out when we got there, and we boarded the Heathrow Express. That train would take us to Paddington, where we would then have to take a cab to our hotel. The train was nice, it had nice seats and had places to put large luggage. Our cab driver was great. He was a nice old British man. He quizzed us on our British English and he told us that if we want a snack or a cup of coffee that we should only go to Starbucks or McDonalds because the local places are total rip offs. Nice to know that we traveled all this way to save money by heading to Starbucks. | LONDON | We arrived at JFK Delta Terminal 2 on Sunday afternoon very excited, and ready to head out on our European adventure. We checked in, were not overweight in baggage, and headed to the gate (which was a mile away, in a different Terminal). You would think they would just tell you to check in at Terminal 3 if your flight was actually leaving from Terminal 3). It’s funny how the terminal is really geared toward foreign travelers. There weren’t any Hudson News but there were Relay’s. We sat at the gate, only to wait and wait and wait. We were supposed to board at 5:55, but didn’t end up on the plane until around 6:45, taking off at 7:10. The flight was long, a little over seven hours. We both took Ambien, but it wasn’t great. I slept more than Tzvi. For dinner we got a Kosher meal and I knew I shouldn’t touch the actual hot meal because it always is so nauseating, but against my better judgment I ate it, and it was quite nauseating waking up from a drugged slumber a few hours later. Finally we landed at about 7am London time. The customs line was extremely long and took about 45 minutes to get through. Thankfully the luggage was out when we got there, and we boarded the Heathrow Express. That train would take us to Paddington, where we would then have to take a cab to our hotel. The train was nice, it had nice seats and had places to put large luggage. Our cab driver was great. He was a nice old British man. He quizzed us on our British English and he told us that if we want a snack or a cup of coffee that we should only go to Starbucks or McDonalds because the local places are total rip offs. Nice to know that we traveled all this way to save money by heading to Starbucks. | LONDON | We arrived at JFK Delta Terminal 2 on Sunday afternoon very excited, and ready to head out on our European adventure. We checked in, were not overweight in baggage, and headed to the gate (which was a mile away, in a different Terminal). You would think they would just tell you to check in at Terminal 3 if your flight was actually leaving from Terminal 3). It’s funny how the terminal is really geared toward foreign travelers. There weren’t any Hudson News but there were Relay’s. We sat at the gate, only to wait and wait and wait. We were supposed to board at 5:55, but didn’t end up on the plane until around 6:45, taking off at 7:10. The flight was long, a little over seven hours. We both took Ambien, but it wasn’t great. I slept more than Tzvi. For dinner we got a Kosher meal and I knew I shouldn’t touch the actual hot meal because it always is so nauseating, but against my better judgment I ate it, and it was quite nauseating waking up from a drugged slumber a few hours later. Finally we landed at about 7am London time. The customs line was extremely long and took about 45 minutes to get through. Thankfully the luggage was out when we got there, and we boarded the Heathrow Express. That train would take us to Paddington, where we would then have to take a cab to our hotel. The train was nice, it had nice seats and had places to put large luggage. Our cab driver was great. He was a nice old British man. He quizzed us on our British English and he told us that if we want a snack or a cup of coffee that we should only go to Starbucks or McDonalds because the local places are total rip offs. Nice to know that we traveled all this way to save money by heading to Starbucks. | LONDON | We arrived at JFK Delta Terminal 2 on Sunday afternoon very excited, and ready to head out on our European adventure. We checked in, were not overweight in baggage, and headed to the gate (which was a mile away, in a different Terminal). You would think they would just tell you to check in at Terminal 3 if your flight was actually leaving from Terminal 3). It’s funny how the terminal is really geared toward foreign travelers. There weren’t any Hudson News but there were Relay’s. We sat at the gate, only to wait and wait and wait. We were supposed to board at 5:55, but didn’t end up on the plane until around 6:45, taking off at 7:10. The flight was long, a little over seven hours. We both took Ambien, but it wasn’t great. I slept more than Tzvi. For dinner we got a Kosher meal and I knew I shouldn’t touch the actual hot meal because it always is so nauseating, but against my better judgment I ate it, and it was quite nauseating waking up from a drugged slumber a few hours later. Finally we landed at about 7am London time. The customs line was extremely long and took about 45 minutes to get through. Thankfully the luggage was out when we got there, and we boarded the Heathrow Express. That train would take us to Paddington, where we would then have to take a cab to our hotel. The train was nice, it had nice seats and had places to put large luggage. Our cab driver was great. He was a nice old British man. He quizzed us on our British English and he told us that if we want a snack or a cup of coffee that we should only go to Starbucks or McDonalds because the local places are total rip offs. Nice to know that we traveled all this way to save money by heading to Starbucks.

3: Delta flight 3, JFK to LHR

4: Our hotel is a Hilton in Kensington. Luckily, our room was ready at 930am. We opened to door only to find that the room is about the size of our Weinstein dorm room, if not smaller. Not that it’s a bad room. It’s ‘cozy.’ We put our stuff down, changed out of our plane clothes, and headed out for an exhausting day. From the hotel we walked to a Tube station that was a long way from the hotel. The train lines are very confusing at first. There are a lot of different lines and then different trains within those different lines. We figured out where we needed to go and waited for our train. The trains are nice, much nicer than New York, but I guess that’s not so hard. I have not see one homeless person in any station or on any train, and the seats are cushioned! | Harvey Nichols Fifth Floor Cafe, Knightsbridge | Our hotel is a Hilton in Kensington. Luckily, our room was ready at 930am. We opened to door only to find that the room is about the size of our Weinstein dorm room, if not smaller. Not that it’s a bad room. It’s ‘cozy.’ We put our stuff down, changed out of our plane clothes, and headed out for an exhausting day. From the hotel we walked to a Tube station that was a long way from the hotel. The train lines are very confusing at first. There are a lot of different lines and then different trains within those different lines. We figured out where we needed to go and waited for our train. The trains are nice, much nicer than New York, but I guess that’s not so hard. I have not see one homeless person in any station or on any train, and the seats are cushioned! | Harvey Nichols Fifth Floor Cafe, Knightsbridge | Our hotel is a Hilton in Kensington. Luckily, our room was ready at 930am. We opened to door only to find that the room is about the size of our Weinstein dorm room, if not smaller. Not that it’s a bad room. It’s ‘cozy.’ We put our stuff down, changed out of our plane clothes, and headed out for an exhausting day. From the hotel we walked to a Tube station that was a long way from the hotel. The train lines are very confusing at first. There are a lot of different lines and then different trains within those different lines. We figured out where we needed to go and waited for our train. The trains are nice, much nicer than New York, but I guess that’s not so hard. I have not see one homeless person in any station or on any train, and the seats are cushioned! | Harvey Nichols Fifth Floor Cafe, Knightsbridge | Our hotel is a Hilton in Kensington. Luckily, our room was ready at 930am. We opened to door only to find that the room is about the size of our Weinstein dorm room, if not smaller. Not that it’s a bad room. It’s ‘cozy.’ We put our stuff down, changed out of our plane clothes, and headed out for an exhausting day. From the hotel we walked to a Tube station that was a long way from the hotel. The train lines are very confusing at first. There are a lot of different lines and then different trains within those different lines. We figured out where we needed to go and waited for our train. The trains are nice, much nicer than New York, but I guess that’s not so hard. I have not see one homeless person in any station or on any train, and the seats are cushioned! | Harvey Nichols Fifth Floor Cafe, Knightsbridge

5: Our first destination was breakfast. We went to Harvey Nichols, a department store with a café on the top floor. Felt like Bloomingdales, but the restaurant was nicer than Forty Carrots. I had French Toast with lavender and Tzvi had Eggs Royal – poached eggs with lox on an English muffin. The French toast wasn’t thick, it was normal bread and it was delicious. After breakfast we walked to Buckingham Palace to catch the end of the changing of the guard. Sure, it’s overrated but it was nice to see. There were massive crowds. We saw some serious looking chasids, along with a ton of Arabs. The whole country. Good luck Europe. | Our first destination was breakfast. We went to Harvey Nichols, a department store with a café on the top floor. Felt like Bloomingdales, but the restaurant was nicer than Forty Carrots. I had French Toast with lavender and Tzvi had Eggs Royal – poached eggs with lox on an English muffin. The French toast wasn’t thick, it was normal bread and it was delicious. After breakfast we walked to Buckingham Palace to catch the end of the changing of the guard. Sure, it’s overrated but it was nice to see. There were massive crowds. We saw some serious looking chasids, along with a ton of Arabs. The whole country. Good luck Europe. | Our first destination was breakfast. We went to Harvey Nichols, a department store with a café on the top floor. Felt like Bloomingdales, but the restaurant was nicer than Forty Carrots. I had French Toast with lavender and Tzvi had Eggs Royal – poached eggs with lox on an English muffin. The French toast wasn’t thick, it was normal bread and it was delicious. After breakfast we walked to Buckingham Palace to catch the end of the changing of the guard. Sure, it’s overrated but it was nice to see. There were massive crowds. We saw some serious looking chasids, along with a ton of Arabs. The whole country. Good luck Europe. | Our first destination was breakfast. We went to Harvey Nichols, a department store with a café on the top floor. Felt like Bloomingdales, but the restaurant was nicer than Forty Carrots. I had French Toast with lavender and Tzvi had Eggs Royal – poached eggs with lox on an English muffin. The French toast wasn’t thick, it was normal bread and it was delicious. After breakfast we walked to Buckingham Palace to catch the end of the changing of the guard. Sure, it’s overrated but it was nice to see. There were massive crowds. We saw some serious looking chasids, along with a ton of Arabs. The whole country. Good luck Europe.

7: ABOVE The Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace LEFT Crowds gathered outside Buckingham Palace.

8: From Buckingham Palace we walked to Westminster Abbey. The lines were extremely long, but moved. When we walked in a guide came over to us and explained a little bit to us about the Abbey and the royal wedding. The abbey is really exquisite and the audio guide was pretty decent. We spent about an hour in the abbey. By 1230-1ish we were exhausted and it was really cold outside. We walked past Big Ben and the houses of parliament. We then went to the Churchill Cabinet War Rooms. You go down into the bunker and see how they were living and working when London was being bombed. It was quite interesting to see, but I was too exhausted to actually spend time on internalizing what we were looking at. After the war rooms we were so exhausted we just sat outside for a few minutes. | LEFT Steph outside the Palace of Westminster and Big Ben. RIGHT North entrance of Westminster Abbey FACING PAGE The Abbey's western facade

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