Furnival House - University of Westminster
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... bracket) and council houses. We were astonished that they’d not been sold off given their extraordinarily high market value (i.e. basically, millions). He said that they "all got on very well, though" with the subtext, presumably, that this was surprising. I have no reason to doubt him but it would have been interesting to speak to one of the council tenants, too.
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... weather we decided that the best bet for an indoor experience was a Roman Villa close to Northleach which was having an open day. The Villa site covered 2 acres and had been started in 150 AD and was abandoned around 450 AD when the Romans left Britain. The open day meant that there were lots of people acting as guides and a few dressed authentically as Roman Soldiers going through their drills. There were lots of stalls where people in ...
My adventure started June 5th and I seriously can't believe I have been gone an entire month already. Earlier this year I took a month long trip to Asia, but that trip had a different feeling because I knew I was coming home. This time around your guess is as good as mine on my return date. It is an odd feeling not knowing when you are going to return home, which hasn't fully sunken in yet. Until I do return I'll keep everyone updated on my travels with monthly ...
... with luggage of any size so don't even go there! Finally, to show you how much the black taxi can cost in London, we made the return trip to Heathrow early (5:15 am) on Saturday morning for our outbound flight to Stockholm. We "trashed" talked the taxi driver to do the trip along a quicker route for about 75 pounds ($116.45) compared to the original quote of 85 pounds ($131.
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... we headed to check out Trafalgar Square, upon recommendation of Andy's aunt, Marsha. I got a picture by one of the giant lions. They were setting up for a concert for the next evening, so there were fences up around the lions, unfortunately. But Trafalgar Square was a beautiful place to relax for a little while. Luckily there was beautiful weather, so we sat and enjoyed the sun for a few minutes before heading to St. Paul's Cathedral.
We arrived at St. Paul's Cathedral a ...