Millennium & Copthorne Hotels at Chelsea Football Club
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MY WIMBLEDON EXPERIENCE
My trip to London was not to explore the Royal family in all their grandeur. I went to experience the ultimate tennis experience – WIMBLEDON. I took Virgin Atlantic to London. I didn't care for the small seats or the cold, lackluster food. I didn't get to rest or sleep on the flight due to a crying baby and a …
... then back onto the tube to head back to Paddington. Back to our room for a little rest and to Trip Adviser somewhere for dinner. Found a nice Italian restaurant 'Bizzaro' and headed there for dinner and drinks. Great, noisy atmosphere with real Italians running it and great food. Great find! Another quick wander rounds the streets then back home to bed after a great day wandering around ...
... was comfortable and air conditioned. Now I have had a taste of what is offered to Officers of the RAF and the rest of HM Forces, I feel that I definitely want to pursue commission.
Next up, I have to tackle the dreaded London Underground to get to Brunel University. I look forward to meeting the rest of the lads before we are up bright and early to set off for Heathrow. I will post again if possible when I get to the University.
... us for the rest of the trip! Bye beachcumber brei solei Brei solei hahah Almost forgot the great wifi that was free all day! Naaaat. Then the great chief serving up root all day was great. Thought was potato for the first 2 days. Was good then to see that chief doing the fire dancing at night. Multi tasking lol but could tell after the first 2 times he threw the stick on fire at us. The ******* burnt us and the ...
... the agreement was that the 16 of us going were meeting at Carringtons school in Flackwell Heath at 3.30am! Early start for sure! We had only been at the school 12 hours before as we were packing the equipment we had to take into suitcases. Then we had to weigh them to make sure they weren't over weight. Otherwise that could have been a disaster! This meant not many of us got much sleep, I myself had no sleep! I decided I might wake up grumpy ...