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That we made it (also ripped from the headlines of the Evening Standard, an article on Wimbledon) to London in one piece! We have enjoyed visits with Omernik's friend Elizabeth and her husband Will, who treated us to lovely pie and pint at The Gladstone Arms where we were treated to some lively American music-ha! We et up with my lone British mate …
... got shut down by a noise complaint. My luck everywhere I go! But, nonetheless, my birthday was off to a WONDERFUL start! Tuesday brought some rain, but it was my birthday in London, so it didn't really phase me! We went grocery shopping and had a lovely homemade meal for dinner! Then, we made our way over to Harrow for meeting more new people and discovering a very cute new bar. I had an amazing birthday, and I am sooooo grateful for all ...
For the 3rd day the London weather has been perfect. Sunshine and 30 degrees today. Last day before the predicted rain and cold front arrives. We are now experts in using the Underground. The London train system is fantastic . You can seamlessly move from one line to another and navigate to anywhere in London, with only a few minutes wait. And our hotel is only 100 metres from Euston Station. We ...
... another job interview on Friday, attempting to find more full time employment so I can get out of this place as soon as possible but it will take a lot of effort to find something that will suit my situation so I am going to stay positive and hopefully get through the next month at this cafe.
Unfortunately for Bridget she really struggled in the beginning and was spending a lot of her time scrolling through gum tree applying for every thing possible, from normal bar jobs to ...
... of the engines were partially taken apart for display, showing their inner-workings. I was fascinated by this, and took many, many pictures.
Wednesday marked another great day in Dr. Dever's class. We went for a tour of Monmouth Coffee, a London-based coffee roaster and retailer. A very kind woman by the name of AJ showed us around their factory, nestled in the arches of a railway bridge. AJ is the Quality Control Director, ...
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