LSE Passfield Hall
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... missing and undoubtedly the original – see photo. “Ah yes I see that,” said I. And then, drum roll please, the Jet One Rover. Only the British could design such a preposterous thing. The world’s first jet propelled car. I was mildly interested when Greg explained the second windscreen, behind the passengers, was to stop superheated air from the turbine burning the passenger’s hair when the car was travelling at low speed. We looked up and saw ...
... your hunger and agitate your taste buds till you have actually tasted the local speciality.
The Pleasure of Returning to Your Base: The pleasure of returning to your roots after having a wonderful time abroad is something that you will remember for a long time. You will love to sleep in your own bed, have a bath in your own bathroom and you will long back to go back to your work schedule with loads of wonderful memories about your trip.
... who are likewise big fans and conversant in the most intimate aspects of both books and movies. (Armand’s first BIG read was Harry Potter. Fifteen years ago Norma kept trying to get him to read it or read at all, and he balked. He had just gotten his learner’s driver’s permit which required a licensed driver in the car to drive. Norma, in a classic bit of parental blackmail told him he could drive ...
... chat with your friends or family in a relaxed atmosphere. American bars (and restaurants for that matter) can't seem to disconnect from the television and loud music. And then, of course, there's the food! No buffalo wings, nachos, or tacos here is there? More like banger and mash, steak & ale or kidney pie, ploughman's lunch, pork pie, and rabbit!
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We then met a guide and went on a London Walks tour of the City of London. The walk lasted 2 hours and took us through the original city, a lot of the lanes dating back to Roman times. It was very interesting and certainly took us to places we would not have found on our own. The guide had an interest in architecture and had some very interesting views on some of the newer buildings - not a fan ...