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- Multilingual staff
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... but a quick hug of the bike (photographed of course) and off to the train station we went looking forward to our short London foray. The trip to our accommodation was an adventure in itself as we had three train swaps including the underground whilst carrying a suitcase that had mysteriously doubled in weight. Getting out of the underground at kings Cross involved what felt like twenty sets of stairs and making it worse when we located the exit it was ...
What a wet and miserable looking morning today was. We woke to grey skies and light drizzle, but it is London after all, so we were expecting some poor weather. Undeterred, we ventured out with our first stop today at Westminster Catholic Cathedral. The Cathedral is the largest Catholic Church in England and Wales however is relatively new as it was consecrated in 1910 just over 100 years ago. None the less it is still a remarkable building built in ...
Up at 3am and left the flat at 3:30am to catch a bus to the Anzac Day Dawn Service by the Wellington Arch, Hyde Park Corner. Joined the queue at 4am. Everyone entering the area had to pass through a body scanner and they were doing bag searches. Finally done with queuing by 4:50am just in time to grab a possie for 5am start. Thousands of others there and ended up standing next to the only person I "knew" there - Zinzan Brooke.
... roof and most obviously the grass on which they play on. On Centre Court we learned how there is over 54 billion blades of grass on the surface as one man is paid to count each blade of grass. Our next stop is Chelsea Football Club. This is a very cool place as they are one of the EPL's biggest and successful teams in all of soccer. They have won many trophies and have a great system going for ...
... called 'Inferno'. It's the shooting location of the great dance scene in the original The Inbetweeners Movie, we line up but bail, not wanting to pay an entry fee. It takes us a good hour to get a taxi and even then we're so far out it costs us £25 to get home. I get home and finish off all but a tiny bit of my coke as I message this girl off Tinder, she comes around an hour later. She has a shower and then comes out and starts sucking me off, I **** her, surprised ...