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... between the United States and England's way of sport governance. Both of these topics were very interesting as if I wanted to get into international sport or work in sport in a different country to have the knowledge that I would need to have to be successful at my job. Next Hughe talked about cricket and how it became and how popular it is and the way cricket is perceived by what actually happens during the game. ...
Day 1 - Sat 30 Aug 2014 Arrived Abu Dhabi after 13hrs then 1.5hr stop over. Arrived Heathrow after 6hrs around 2pm Prue fell taken out by a man pulling a case took out Prue's legs then she fell down *******to elbow and wrist. Worried that trip may have been with a broken wrist. Went for walk around Earls court then coffee and back to accommodation for ...
... story was supposed to be based on the past from today, but 1984 was supposed to be the future.... 101 minutes later I walked out of the theatre very, very confused by the story. Definitely was an interesting experience! haha. Afterwards Maria, Erika and I got ready for the Great Gatsby party that night! Maria turned 21 and it was so much fun celebrating her birthday dressed in 20s style!
Feliz Cumpleaņos Maria!!
... family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal; ">Next was the Natural History Museum. It was directly across the street. We saw many things, but the highlight was the exhibit on the wooly mammoth. Somewhere in Siberia, I think, they found a perfectly preserved baby wooly mammoth. We weren't allowed to take pictures of it so you'll have to take our word for it, it was neat. Correction. Shay got a pic of it before the guard shut her down. Enjoy.
... theme carried into the events that unfolded on 9/11 when thousands of people (many Americans that were in the UK at the time) came to St. Paul's for comfort. It has always been the 'nation's church' and that day was no exception. Due to this fact, it was targeted by German bombers in the second World War to lower morale. It was hit a handful of times, but each time, the volunteer fire brigade managed to save the church (albeit, with sections very damaged).