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... I got there early despite my Thames detour, and the ushers were making people fill in the front rows first, so I ended up in the middle of the second row. At the beginning of the show, Jarred asked people in my row where they were from. I guess he thought it was funny that I was from Chicago, because he proceeded to toss out jokes about Chicago throughout the evening. Luckily it wasn’t too ...
... picked up a couple of items that she needed. Collecting some takeaway food and a bottle of wine we returned to our lodgings feeling an early night was in order.
After breakfast on Tuesday morning we bought tickets for the hop on, hop off bus. It was quite a challenge to get to the area where we were to start the journey but yes we did eventually make it. We had a fun day spoiled a little by frequent showers but still managed ...
... decker open top bus. It was actually a pretty good narrative by the guide and we went past most of the major sights. We rode the full loop without getting off. After we made the loop, we went a few stops on the Underground to Piccadilly Circus to find lunch, but it was really touristy there and our choices included TGIFridays, Bubba Gump, KFC, and Burger King so we left that area for better alternatives. The next plan was the British Museum, similar to ...
... 143 pages as the list of materials needed grew. Then I made it 93 pages, after I managed to clip blank or redundant materials. Then it was 76 pages when I fit three power-point slides per print page and two document pages per print page. In the end it was 42 pages in order to meet the budgetary constraints for the actual printing, this required chopping off what took hours of formatting.
The AIRE Centre is training local advocates on the rights that European Economic ...
... off only to have our plans for a Thames River ferry ride to London thwarted. Once we actually got to the British Museum it was amazing and of course the 3 hours we spent didn't do it justice at all. . We totally skipped America, Africa (not egypt) and Asia!
Running out of time we took the tube home at some ridiculous cost to west Brompton station and walked back from there,.
it was a really quick change before we meet Eric (relo) for ...
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