Clarion Collection Hotel Cromwell Stevenage
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... near Victoria station. Just right and lovely to see her. After Margaret left, we walked back into the centre again, partly on a mission to check my phone at the apple store, or EE (the service provider - supposedly the best coverage etc) as my Safari wasn't connecting - very frustrating. The phone itself worked fine, and I got emails etc, just could not google anything. So after fighting the crowds along Regent St and Oxford St, they said airily they had been having ...
... 15 feet, so lunch shouldn't be a problem, but then they were worried because they wanted the students to all eat together and no restaurant would take that large of a party. I suggested taking the students to an area with several restaurants, let them split up and choose their lunch, and then bring them back together for a picnic. The teachers thought it would be a better idea to order 55 sandwiches to be delivered from Tesco to the museum, ...
... From there we walked across the Tower Bridge. It had opened earlier to let a cruise skip out but didn't get a photo of it open. Took a double decker bus back across the bridge. Such fun! Came across Covent Gardens neighbourhood which is so happening this evening. A beautiful market area full of restaurants, street performers and people, Have stopped for a lovely dinner of bangers, shepherds pie and fish and chips ( Laura ...
... goes around the perimeter. Or you could pay three pennies for the extra posh seats. Our guide also showed us the attic where they would make sound effects for the plays as well as where the musicians would sit. Unfortunately the theatre season doesn't start until late April, but I would love to go back and see a Shakespearean play there! Instead of hitting up the gift shop, I took a group of students over to the Tate Modern. They went to the ...
Tomorrow morning the minicab (a pre-ordered taxi) will arrive (London Transport does not run at all on Christmas Day) at 8:00 am to take us to Westminster Abbey for the Christmas morning service which is to be followed by change ringing of the Abbey bells. I simply adore change ringing! It is the art of ringing a set of tuned bells in a series of mathematical patterns. If you watch British films you will hear a ...