BEST WESTERN Rose And Crown In Tonbridge
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... Next day, we decided to head out to the humongous Richmond Park as recommended by Amy. The closest Boris bikes we could hire was at Putney, so we caught the overland further west and took our first look at Putney. We found a cracking cafe with the coffee Cam roasts, so stopped in there for a flat white and some breakfast before we selected our highly tuned bicycles for the trip. I had looked up a bike path that would wind its way down to Richmond Park without going near any ...
... attitude and how it may be an impediment to business is also quite funny, how "English rules forbidding boastfulness, and prescribing a modest, unassuming manner can often be at odds with modern business practices", but it goes along with the "polite procrastination" and moaning rules.
I enjoyed the section on Rules of Play and how the English approaches leisure in three different ways, specifically in how they deal with "social dis-ease", or incompetent ...
... but kept my mouth shut all day. I don't know why I torture myself like this. My German teacher use to always say "Lexi... patience is a virtue." I was always quick to fire back with "No Miss. Patience isn't a virtue, it's a waste of time." I guess all her years of nagging paid off, because I practice patience everyday, intentionally and unintentionally. Point one to Frau Weise, sculpting the leaders of tomorrow from the German classroom B1. Nag on Miss. Leandra just about blew ...
... and I'd like to think, my skill!!!). They went to so much trouble, there were even Christmas stockings for Tarryn and Matt!. In the afternoon we played an assortment of games, and had a lot of fun and many laughs! David and Tarryn played Christmas Carols on the keyboard. Thanks Lynda and David for an awesome time.
Saturday was our last day back in London, so we made the best of the time we had and visited the Science Museum, where I went to the iMax ...
... everyone was decent, kind and considerate and nearly all very interesting too. Top of the list sit Nina, Neo, Nev and Tom, people who I would like to remain friends with.
Thanks too to you for reading this. Your encouragement, comment and friendship have been so important to me and lead me to where I am today - a place with more open doors than closed ...