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... themselves against barriers and trying to see what's going on even before anything happened. It's amazing how a crowd will gather a crowd even if no one has any idea what is going on.
But there was one person who had it all down. The police officer wrangling the crowd where I was standing just might have been my favorite part of the whole event. It was great to watch the crowd, but even better ...
... to Hyde Park to feed the squirrels. They came very close to us, and ate out of our hands, but they didn't go on Becky's arm. Then we went to a museum (can't remember which one. It's near the science museum.) and looked around for a bit. Then we got the tube back to Angel, and bought some pizza's and went back to eat dinner. Now mums reading my blog over my shoulder, and I'm typing ( =) ).
Ready, set, on y va!
Study abroad is something I have wanted to do since my induction week back in 2011. Why? Well, why not? This is my opportunity to spend a year in a foreign country, studying a new subject and meeting people from all over the world. The fact that it’s a year without tuition fees and a beneficial asset to the CV is undoubtedly a bonus. Remember, financial details and those allusive ‘employability ...
... for the British Museum. Another free museum, this one houses an impressive collection of artifacts from all over the world. We were not able to see the entire museum as we only had an hour before it closed, but we did get to see many exciting exhibits including Queen Cleopatra's mummy, an Easter Island Statue, and the Rosetta Stone. After the museum closed, we walked to Trafalgar Square and relaxed for a few minutes before returning to the hotel. London was ...
... corner. It was like a pre-prepared Panera Bread . We were starving so my roast beef and horseradish on baguette was delicious. I had a side of fruit too. Our tickets are row D to the left. We can see every movement clearly. The voices on the women were AMAZING !! We all enjoyed Wicked very much!! Marilyn and Will were there too. We all hopped a taxi back to hotel .
I am all stopped up, taking more PM sinus and sleeping. Another great day in ...
Other places to stay in Watford
31 - 35 Clarendon Road, Watford | 3 star hotelfrom $109
A41 Watford Bypass, Watford | 3 star hotelfrom $112
Elton Way, Watford | 3 star hotelfrom $103
19 Bridle Path, Watford | 3 star hotelfrom $112
30-40 St. Albans Road, Watford | 3 star hotelfrom $106
2 Ascot Road, Watford | Hotelfrom $89
27-31 Upton Road, Watford | Hotelfrom $92
Timms Meadow, Watford | Hotelfrom $109
St Albans Road, Watford | Hotelfrom $104
27/29 Upton Road, Watford | Hotelfrom $76
23-25 Market Steet, Watford | Hotelfrom $73
73 Bushey Hall Road, Watford | Hotelfrom $108
Essex Lane, Hunton Bridge, Watford | Hotelfrom $84