MiNC Apartments - Lombard Lane
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... I had the French traditional Petite dejeuner – Croissant, baguette, jam, coffee and juice. Best croissant I ever had (might have had some as good, but never better) – soooo buttery and flaky. Sam had a gallette complete (ham, egg and cheese) and was extremely satisfied and full after.
I am writing this from the Eurostar on our way over to london – lovely trip so far, staring out at the French countryside and ...
Today my time with the London Youth Games came to an unofficial end, meaning I have completed my three-month internship.
It has been an intense and fun three months. I've learnt about all 33 London Boroughs, the ins and outs of youth sport in England, the behind the scenes of running a massive sporting tournament, met GB Olympians, I now know the difference between England and Britain (haha) and was able to see and visit all four corners of London. It has truly been a ...
... is home to the museum's scientists, bottled specimens and the Attenborough Studio.
The collections inside the museum are incredible. Over the last two days (there was so much to see, one day wasn't enough), we have seen heaps of specimens of a huge variety of animals, plants and rocks/minerals that have been collected over the last 300 years. The museum is world famous for its collection of fossils from dinosaurs, plants and other prehistoric creatures, ...
Our last day today, sad to be leaving, we have had such a fantastic holiday. Finished the packing, then went out for a walk with Sue along the beach. Caught the ferry across from Mudeford to Hengistbury Head and walked past all the little beach houses, up the hill for a fab view along the coast. Dragged ourselves away from Sue, her lovely house and fantastic hospitality, popped in quickly to say goodbye to Valerie and then hit the road for the ...
... Parliament told us the MPs were in session. Fresh gold leaf on all of the monuments, buildings and bridges evidenced the 2012 Olympics and the Queen’s “Diamond Jubilee” (60th year on the throne - she's now 88 yrs. old).
In the square, next to Westminster Abbey, statues depict admired men such as Abraham Lincoln and Winston Churchill.
Walking up Whitehall we came to #10 ...