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TravelPod Member ReviewsApollo Hotel London
First off, the room was SMALL & therefore hard to organize. But the ceiling was high and the window was large, which helped. The hotel was well managed, with a well designed though TINY bathroom, excellent breakfast, prompt room cleaning. And the location, a block and a half from Kings Cross-St. Pancras Station and its six tube lines can't be beat.
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I was keen to experience the Changing of The Guard at Buckingham Palace and It was something Aunty Tonia and Granny were yet to do as well. They only change every second day and you are advised to get there early to avoid crowds so we set off after breakfast. We took The Tube and ended up at Green Park. We walked down through the park where there are deck chairs set up in the park for people to sit in the sun. Very different ...
... of, a PowerPoint presentation, handouts, a 1 page written summary of my presentation and a 45 minute interview.
I still had one event left for LYG, so in between finalising my LYG commitments and temping I had about 2 days to put this together. It was a very chaotic few days. I ran on minimal sleep, was late to my interview thanks to a traffic jam and I end up running 10 mins to get there... Good start!
Then I waited.
... sort out my carry on luggage for the plane before we left.
At 6pm we caught the underground for the last time to Heathrow. It took almost an hour to get out there, but there was no check in queue when we got there. After checking in we went through security and waited for the plane. Everyone was pretty exhausted after not enough sleep for too many consecutive nights combined with packed days, so we were all asleep soon after getting on the plane.
Nathan(2): Yah I'm easy
Noah: How does this place look?
Nathan(1): Oooh... that place...
Nathan (2): Yah... not so sure about that place
Following a few rounds of this we finally chose a Japanese restaurant adorned with gorgeous traditional decorations. The tables were even traditional Japanese ones, and therefore quite close to the ground in order for the guests to sit on the floor. To help out those of us Gaijin who are unaccustomed to sitting ...
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