The Mitre in Greenwich
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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
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... was the South Africans, as they were playing Japan today in Brighton. There was a really great rugby vibe here and within Brighton in general. It was nice to see after seeing nothing of the sorry in London. Dan and Tariq were hungry so I headed out of the fanzone with them to get some food. It was a little bit difficult because you couldn't bring anything into the fanzone. As we returned one of the games were starting. We stayed until half time, watching Canada versus Ireland. ...
... much more relaxed with a good vibe. We stayed there for a drink. Compared to Sydney, its great to see just how many venues are open and active even on a school night.
Finally, at last, thank goodness, this day has finally drawn to a close. After 23,407 steps, and 18.29 kilometres walked, I think we put in a pretty good effort, and it really is time to (wrestle with shocking internet to try and upload a few photos, and then) get some rest. Goodnight!
... purchase a shot glass at each country we visit woohooooo. Also bought a one direction condom that says "one erection up all night" (sorry to family reading this) We went back at 2 to check in and checked into our hotel! Me and Emily just happened to get rooms opposite each other. It was twin share but my room mate wasn't there yet. I got ready and went for a walk, then met up with a girl called Annie that's on the tour. We went and had drinks at a pub until we ...
... and then staple them into their according packets. This took a while, a lot of paper, a lot of staples. Shuffle-shuffle. Clicketey-clack.
I also had a conversation with one Libby McVeigh from Fair Trials International via telephone. This was for my European Arrest Warrant information sheet assignment. Ms. McVeigh was a very nice and a pleasant person to speak to. She spoke clearly and understood from my perspective as an American that I might not be totally clued in ...
... London’. This grand home was built in 1771 for Baron Apsley for whom it is named, however was passed onto the Wellesley family in 1807, being first owned by Richard and then his younger brother Arthur who later became the Duke of Wellington and is well known for defeating Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo. He later became the Prime Minister in 1828. This home is beautifully decorated and we were all kept mesmerised admiring the artwork and the ...