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Since I've started as a student here at the LSHTM there has been no end to the drama! Last week was the terrible gastro which kept me in bed for 2 days and made me miss the entire first week of classes for my ethics subject, and this week started with David losing his wallet. We were walking to the tube one night early in the week and David's wallet must have fallen out of his back pocket on the way there, unnoticed by both of us. When we got to the tube he went to get out ...
It's early. 4AM, can't sleep. Had a late afternoon siesta yesterday, might be the culprit. "Jet-lag" hitting ya. Sounds windy and raining. Cold for sure. Gonna be a wet walkabout later today. Now, to try and get some shut eye for a few more hours before the sun says good morning. Took a second ****, this one was definitely all Indian food. Went in and out, quickly. I ******* hate taking *****, especially big and loud ones at someone's place. And it's the middle of the ...
... tourist attraction places. Moreover, people who frequently stop over at London, mainly for a small stay go for five star inns.
These Five Star inns in London provide well-known services such as well garlanded guest rooms or else suites in the middle of modern as well as luxurious services, more than one eatery serving a range of food, 24-hour room service, lounge Bar, commerce hub, seminar quarters, vehicle rent out, shopping venues, swimming pools, health ...
... addressed Sophie's most pressing concern as to where the players come in (she was worried that she won't know where to go when she comes back as a professional), the tour covered centre court, media centre etc - including the briefing room - see first photo. Other children in photo are the Natasha and Matthew - who we are staying with in ...
... to speak up and share with others. On our way to Hyde park we walked though Kensington Gardens and enjoyed watching all the dogs running around, we were really starting to miss ours.. These parks are so beautiful and Londoners are truly lucky to have so much green space!
Then we headed to the Marble Arch and found the horse head statue! I was so excited and probably a little too giddy haha! What can I say, I'm a cowgirl at heart!