The Yardley Court Hotel
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So we had a little bit of a sleep in and everyone had left the house by the time we woke up. We headed out the house on course for Buckingham palace to watch the changing of the guard. We also passed the horse guards which was cool. Those horses have an amazing ability to be able to stand still and not really mind. Unfortunately we couldn't watch the changing of theorise guard and the palace guards, so set off for Buckingham. We were told to ...
Today has been a busy one with a lot to cover, so makes yourselves comfortable and let's get on with it. Follow along on the map!
We walked out of the hotel (1) into beautiful sunshine, which turned into rain even before we made it as far as breakfast. Welcome to the beautiful Melbourne, er, London weather… ready to keep you on your toes, and your sunglasses, jackets, umbrellas, and so on, and so on. But it’s all part of the fun - ...
... 8211; there was no-one there.
So we just went on through the nothing to declare and still didn’t see a single
person. Again – nothing like Australia!
Having a big day planned, we slowly worked out what we
needed to do to catch the train in to the city to drop off our bags at our
accommodation – The Tavistock Hotel. We only had a short walk which was good
and then left our bags until we ...
... that related to ethnic profiling or deportation for my relevant assignments. There were a number of emails I was able to respond to using my smart-phone as well.
I will be sure to start bringing my laptop for backup. We are discouraged from doing too much work on our personal computers because much of the information we handle is very private and therefore very sensitive should it be lost, misplaced, or accessed by someone who shouldn’t see it. There is a story they ...
Not much planned for today, but we knew it would be a day ******* the feet. It must be about the latest we've set out, at nearly 10 o'clock, but we had no time boundaries so it didn't matter. We were going to the Victoria and Albert Museum. 180 rooms it has, all full of world-class mind-boggling stuff. As soon as we arrived we picked up a map of the museum and looked at what we wanted to see. Medieval and Renaissance? Enough! Roman? Enough! Luckily, when ...