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... beer/wine. We then walked across the Tower Bridge (built in 1886 – 1894), one of London's truly iconic symbols. We ended up at Westminster Abbey. Had a nice "audio guide" tour, and did a lot of gawking, especially at the monarchs, prime ministers, scientists and literary masters that are buried there: Darwin, Isaac Newton, Churchill, Chaucer, Dickens, Laurence Olivier, and Handel (to name a few). The Abbey has been used for every coronation in Britain since ...
... inside. There was a little kid on it laying on his back with his legs in the air wrapped around the chains – Catherine and I had an idea that we would do that as well and take some funny pictures. At reflection tonight, we shared that story with everyone and laughed as if it had just happened!
Lizzy – Phantom of the Opera was amazing! I really want to go back and see it again. Buckingham Palace was ...
... I say goodbye to people I have grown fond of, and leave my students in the hands of a new teacher. (It is always tough, I don't know how primary teachers do it!). You spend a lot of time with them, helping them learn and grow. If I was staying in London, I would definitely want to keep working at South Hampstead, and they basically told me they wouldn't have me working anywhere else. (There was a post, but it came up in January, when I was still in my I hate London phase). Part of ...
... name. Balcony , girls having Aspell cider and me Two pints. Excellent f and s for girls an steak and ale pie for me. Home via Vodafone and met P after sainsburys . Home to sweep washing and Pam cooking. Great to see t and m after busy day at work. My naked presenter arrives . Very contented two young ones. Gin and tonic excellent and off to bed ...
... did not regret! Oh My God, they were quite possibly the best bloody burgers ever ever experienced....ever! The chips weren't too shabby either. After gorging our faces, we snapped out of our burger coma and endeavoured to walk off our feast. We stumbled upon Covent Gardens Market. Cool place! Bonnie was in fashion and One Direction heaven with the massive variety of tshirts and music fashion and paraphernalia. There were some great market stalls and quirky ...