Hallmark Hotel Croydon
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Well, technically yesterday was our first day, but it was the corporate induction.... Blegh! Today was spent getting our uniforms (I know what you're thinking, an ambulance service with uniforms ready to go on the first day!? How!? But it's ok, they aren't... Despite measuring ourselves before putting in the order barely any of the girls had anything that fit! It was all way too big! I sent back everything except socks and pants, ...
First things first. George got up and got us a stash of toilet paper. We had big plans to hit the ground running and see all the major sights of the city today, but London's true colors came out. It's raining. Not heavy rain, just enough to put on your hood. Even though it is dreary with rain, at least it is not as cold as Ireland. There it was rainy, wind, and cold!
... and a vegetarian Sunday roast for me. Not quite the same thing but I still get to experience roughly what it's like which it cool with me. I'm not the type to ingest half a cow, I generally stick to eating things without a face. After dodgy toast again, I don't know why I still eat it, we sped off to Borough Markets for a real breakfast trying to pay solely in coins, just out of fun and because the silly exchange offices don't take coins even from their own country. Beats me. ...
... about the strong women in the English monarchy. The reason this is important is that in the wee hours of the morning I discovered that the Queen Philippa of the Psalter that I studied a few days previously, was the wife of Edward III who was ushered onto the throne at age 14 (and then married to Philippa of Hainault) when his father, Edward II was forced to abdicate. Edward II was quite partial to members of his own sex, in spite of being married to and ...
... only what we agreed to at king Arthur's hall. I stood there, still curious. Suddenly the green man began explaining himself. This enormous green man, was actually the Lord of the castle where I stayed. He sent his wife to test my character, and she succeeded. He finally saw the green sash that I promised to hide from him.I was then guilty at fault, and I was far from loyal, but he thought otherwise. He spared my life because he saw my true bravery. ...