Bulgari Hotel & Residences
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... Lido Café near the fountain. We shared a ‘pizza’ made on a lebo bread base. I had a wine and Marie an apple juice and it cost us 25 quid.
We then walked slowly up the Serpentine past the Peter Pan statue to the Italian Fountains and Lancaster Gate train station. Marie got the train home but I got off at South Kensington and went to the Natural History Museum again. Looked at the dinosaurs and the Darwin Centre and caught ...
... jumping entire courses.
During Wimbledon Jane and Chris had a bet, Roger vs Rafa, who would win / survive the longest. Thanks to a wicked young Aussie Chris lost out and bought us all a round of drinks to celebrate end of season.
Helen announced who had won the office sweepstake. At the start of the internship we were all given 3 boroughs to quietly cheer for. It came down to Russell, Jane and I as the ...
... here for...the Rosetta Stone. According to Fodor's London, the Rosetta Stone was found in 1799 and carved in 196 BC
in three languages. Egyptian hieroglyphics, Demotic, and Greek. This multilingual inscription was the key to deciphering hieroglyphics. There is a little more detail about it in one of the pictures.
... they hadnt changed the sheets in a while, and the bathroom...lets just say we waited until we were in Ireland to take a shower.
For such a short period of time we managed to make a lot of friends!! That night we tried - and failed - to go to a pub crawl, but we ended up meeting up with one of the girls (Brendas) friend and we went to a pub and later a really nice underground clubs (most clubs are underground throughout Europe actually) where they even played some ...
This year Rachel will not be going to Zambia with the group but she will be going to Zambia later on in the summer. This means I (Natalie) will be posting a blog for her and her followers to keep them up to date with the project! I'm one of her minions that went to Zambia last summer with her and my younger brother Andrew. I hope you enjoy reading it, here goes... 16 of us are travelling to Zambia this year: Mrs Pomeroy (head of sixth form), ...