Guilford House Hotel
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Upon considering the cost and time involved in going in to London one final time on Wednesday, Feb 19, Janet and I decided to go down by train in the morning and stay the night. We found a hotel room right near the Russell Square tube station, which is the line we would take to Heathrow Thursday morning.
After bidding farewell to Jesse and …
... it was phenomenal. The Tower of London was amazing, as was Baker Street, Hyde Park, and the Tower Bridge. The city is honestly so amazingly beautiful. I never want to leave. The poppies and the Austrian Boy Scouts were amazingly beautiful (ha ha!). But anyways... I can't get over how beautiful and stunning the city of London is but I'm ready to see my familia again. PS - these girls are coming home with my... Mom, make up the couch!
... Stephen was our tour guide and he kept the tour interesting with all of his knowledge. I must admit, I was a little hesitant to ride on the road with traffic everywhere but Stephen made sure we used less busier roads and looked after us. It was so much fun! We actually plan to do a similar bike tour in Paris next week and Amsterdam after that. They really are a very good way to get around the city and see the sights.
We finished up with the tour around ...
... hope to use my time to learn, share and develop and in so doing, make a difference somehow. I was utterly flabbergasted to be chosen for a fellowship (still quite gobsmacked I'm a head teacher to be honest, my school reports make for strange reading in retrospect;). However I am grateful for this brilliant opportunity and hope to represent WCMT, RNIB and the staff and young people at RNIB Pears, to my very best. Don't worry, I've got time on my hands, I'm sure future updates will be shorter ...
... while we relaxed at the hotel. I have managed to finally succumb to the bug that someone joined the tour with. Because of the close proximity of people in the bus and the bus's air conditioning, it gradually worked its way through the various tour group members. I was beginning to think I had been fortunate enough to escape the bug but I too have finally been hit by it. A quiet morning and then Annie and I ventured out for a ...