University Of Westminster Halls Wigram
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So this is our first post…… It was inevitable that the airport was going to be emotional! We were excited and upset all at the same time. We will miss our families so much, but so glad technology is the way it is so we can be cyber friends with everyone back home!!
Didn't spend too long in departures as we made the most of our families being at the airport with us….they brought us brekki! (Had to make the most of that situation! ££)
Our hopes that ...
... places where the water was being pumped in). The place supplied vats of silica - kind of white, oily feeling stuff- that everyone was putting on their faces and all over. It was kind of messy if you ask me, but it was fun.
The flight to London was pretty nice - about three hours long. It was kind of late when we arrived. We took the express train from Heathrow airport to London, dragging our luggage to and fro (everything had wheels - ...
... dernière fois qu’on s’est vu en Inde.
Samedi, le soleil brille. On a commencé la journée par un brunch qui déchire tout : saumon fumé, œuf Bénédicte avec sauce hollandaise. Un régal. Après un petit tour dans le quartier, on s’est arrêté faire trois courses avant de retourner à la péniche pour attaquer l’apéro au soleil. Que pourrait-il y avoir de mieux (ou de plus anglais) que de déguster un PIM’S sur ...
... I would cry over spilt milk, it was tears at the prospects, until Fay reminded me that you can buy alcohol in the supermarkets. Transfer from airport went relatively smoothly to our Hotel at Earls Court West Kensington. Arrived in the door about 9pm UK time. Our room is super comfortable. Fay had prepared me for the smallness of European rooms, but they are really quite good. Comfortable bed was all that we needed and that we got. ...
... armed in her presence.
It's like finding out your grandfather was a commando in WWII and never told anyone.
During the day there are guided tours by the Yeoman guards, a show outside the White tower on a brief history of the Duke of Wellington (I believe he was the groundsman here for a while)
and lots of little rooms to look at. Including the only room of the tower to have been successfully invaded in the Towers history. Two rooms were ...