Hyde Park Suites Serviced Apartments
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... style touches and twists. This stunning stay makes for the perfect place from which to explore the varying sights and sounds of London encapsulating the tone and atmosphere of the city perfectly. This heavenly hotel is ideal whether you are a discerning corporate traveller or if you’re a leisure guest looking to make the most of the wonderful tourist things to see and do that can be found throughout ...
Today was our last day of academic material and we finally got to go to Wimbledon and Chelsea. Wimbledon was like nothing else. A beautiful beautiful venue. But it was not as big as I would have imagined. Everything was awesome. You could see a beautiful sky lining of the city from part of the stadium and that was so neat. A lot of pictures were taken at that spot. They had a lot of pictures of past champions, the trophies were out in the museum and they were shinny and as beautiful ...
... is an inner city church of England school for girls.
- Students 11-18year old
- 6th form don't wear uniform
- 130girls each year 7-11
- 6th form around 100 students
- KS4- 1 class (24kids) resistant materials, 1 class food technology (24kids)
- Was teaching GCSE engineering. However, currently having a break from offering that.
- 3 technology teachers and 1 technician
- 2x 3D printers, 2x Laser ...
... It was a fellow guest
who crawled along the parapet outside, four stories up, come to see if he could
help. He was a really nice guy, and we let him out the door so he did not have
to return the way he came. Funnily enough, the cards worked in the door after
that, but we were not taking any chances and propped it open.
We had decided it was wash day so Tamara
... was quite quaint. Anyhow, when we finally found the queue, we decided it was too long and we would come back later. Instead, we caught a Circle Line train from Westminster to Notting Hill Gate and walked down to the Portobello Road Markets. It was really hot in the sun and there was an enormous crowd at the markets so we didn't last too long there. We caught a bus back to Victoria, had some lunch and then walked the rest of the way down ...