Antoinette Hotel Wimbledon
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Fear. The topic of the day. Sometimes if you are trying your best and you fail, it is devastating. It can make you never want to try again. Often times, you only try your best if you think you are not good enough. The fear is in the way. It isn't that you shouldn't give 100 percent, its that your focus should not be on the idea of..."this is going …
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... and I went to go to buy cheap theatre tickets. We found some for the Commitments- £16. So cheap!!! We were also meeting up with three of Frankie's work friends to go see the show later that night.
In the meantime we got coffee. I tried to explain to Frankie that coffee isn't that good in London and yes I am a coffee snob, apparently it's cultural among Australians to be so-our coffee shops are so good. We found some alright coffee though.
... Common Room and Boys Dorm all
have hand carved furniture. The boys
grew so much in the filming that the beds they slept in became too small and
their legs used to hang over the end of them. The girls finished off the tour by having some Harry Potter "Butterbeer". Karina and Gem had the drink and Tara had the ice cream.
We then started our way back to London City by train. We decided to go back to ...
... St. Paul's, we knew we wanted to go to Westminster Abbey to check out their version. After arriving a tad bit late, we headed in and were seated next to one of the main screens. Due to the arrangement of everything it was rather impossible for everyone to see, but listening was not a problem. It was once again fantastic, although in my opinion the one at St. Paul's was a little better.