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... but freaking hot like the corridors of hell.
After lunch with Kristy, claire got changed into her interview clothes and then we practiced questions. The interview went well of course and claire secured a second interview so fingers crossed!
We then took a jaunt to Oxford Street to buy a new pair of flats for me as my feet had swollen due to the heat and blisters were the bane of the day ...
... to our dismay was shutting up shop for the night - pubs around residential areas close around 11pm. Not to worry we made it inside The Lanesborough Hotel and a fancy cocktail at The Library which was like hanging out at a rich persons study filled with old books, old English furniture complete with a pianist in the corner. Before we new it was 1.30am in the morning! Half your luck no jet ...
... Matt and Keira yesterday where Matt presented us with 3 tickets for each day of the test. Madness!!!! Thanks to the manager of CA for providing us with them. We waved or each other from the fancy CA balcony so I think he knows how grateful we were. We arrived right after the Queen (her car sped past us on the way in) and unfortunately for me her car had blocked one of the only disabled entrances into Lords so we were made to walk around the ...
... Pimms - a English sweet, fruity, "girly" drink - yum!!
We walked off dinner and drinks along the Thames River and through the grounds/park around the Royal Naval Academy. We also walked the Greenwich foot tunnel, which took us UNDER the river to the other side.
Amazingly, we made it back to our flat too!
All and all a wonderful day. it's now midnight and guess, what?? we are not sleepy!! Ah, jet-lag :)
... throughout the building. It was huge and hung on the wall at the top of the double staircase. Graham mentioned that one of his ancestors was pictured in the painting.
#4: Silver Lighthouse - I think this lighthouse was a replica of the Eddystone Lighthouse, but don't quote me on that. :)
#5: Stained Glass - Stained glass windows recovered from the former Baltic Exchange building, bombed during World War II.
#6: View of the ...