Chessington Safari Hotel
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She's finally done with work. So, I went over to the hotel where her conference was at. That way, we could walk to go get tickets for a musical and then held off to dinner.
Decided on Mamma Mia and then when searching for a restaurant. As we were about to give up, we came across an interesting restaurant just down the street.
A really interesting inside, including the toilets (which I can show photos of).
The musical was ...
I will jump
forward in my update before I jump backwards to my usual weekly summary since I want to make sure I don’t leave
anything out from this wonderful weekend! My weekend started on Thursday since
I had my last class for the week Wednesday afternoon. After a 7am rowing
practice, I tidied up my room so it would be all neat and tidy for my parents.
A month had already flown since my arrival to this new city and my parents were
headed to my side of the ocean! ...
I spent this morning 'planting' clay poppies at the Tower of London as part of their World War 1 commemorative installation piece.
The installation is the creation of life ceramicist Paul Cummin and stage designer Tom Piper. Paul, along with a team of artists, created the poppies from clay in his studio, which were then packed up and sent to the Tower of London, where hundreds of volunteers put ...
In the old days, people did not sleep through the night. They had names for this: first sleep and second sleep. I would have to characterize this night as first, second, third, fourth... sleep. Still, I'm feeling pretty good and with a 7:15 arrival I have a good chance of getting lots of daylight exposure which is said to help with jet lag.) Down to Dorking for that lovely first cup of hot tea. Now feeling ...
The sleeper train left at 23.50 but we got to Paddington early and used the 1st class lounge, taking advantage of the free wine, crisps, biscuits and hot chocolate. The cabins are tiny but the two bunks are comfortable and we soon fell asleep an slept ...