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... style. After securing representation for the case I had to fax a copy on to the court where the hearing would take place. I drafted a cover letter, a letter of introduction, and filled in all the relevant information on the forms. Faxed in the forms. Waited for the confirmation letter before reporting back to the bosses. In addition to this I’d begun a list of barristers interested in deportation appeals. I will compile the list of said barristers into a shot pamphlet so that future interns needn’t repeat my research so ...
... is also normal - the rest of the cast is strange. It was fun and we will probably be seeing it when in gets to the Twin Cities. Our original plan was to go to see Downton Abbey's castle, but the house is closed for the winter. As we had a welcome dinner to attend Sunday evening, we were limited on what tours we could take. Against advice from a few people to not go to Stonehenge ("just a pile of rocks in a field" "there is a ...
We caught a cab to Kingscross Station, where we were due to begin our Scotland adventure, and made a beeline to platform 9 3/4 to the Harry Potter shop. After taking lots of photos and making a few purchases I queued up to have a photo taken at the wall on platform 9 3/4. Then off to platform 3 to catch the East Coast Line to Inverness, first class no less! ...
... welcoming atmosphere. While we were searching for the famous "Notting
Hill" blue door, we lost the market street and found ourselves in another
neighbourhood where, nestled in an impenetrable hedge, there was a rusty little
gate overlooking a blooming garden. Enchanted by this secret place, we tried to
open the gate, but in vain.
day we entered the majestic and towering Buckingham Palace: the ...
... s item and the queen had never actually played with it. She apparently liked miniature things! I thought that was such a waste of an incredible toy!
We also walked around the state apartments. The decorations and décor in these was so lavish and regal. It looked so rich and affluent. Eli’s headphones came handy again as it was interesting to find out what the rooms had been used for. Some of the rooms are still used for occasions. In a way, it is ...