Clarion Collection Hotel St. Albans
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... Considering the proximity to London it did not feel that much like the dormitory/commuter town that it clearly is, but then again it was a Wednesday and the middle of the day!
Our journey back north took us via Watford Junction (using the London Midland service from St Albans Abbey), Coventry, Nuneaton and Leicester. Conveniently it was possible to partake of a 'cheeky pint' (or two) between trains at Watford, Nuneaton and Leicester.
... seemed suddenly
uncomfortable. The only thing I recognized on the shelf was a package of Ritz
crackers, which happened to be the very thing I needed, so I hurried my way
out. The weirdest thing was one morning as I rounded a corner into the train
station and almost ran into two Muslim men. I could’ve said nothing, or “Sorry”,
but instead I blurted out “Forgive me” Not loudly, but clearly. Anyway, it’s a ...
... br> We began listening to an expert in the field, Dr Ellie Cosgrave, describing her work as an engineer collaborating with designers, sociologists, planners, architects, psychologists and more on developing a plan of how to re-engineer cities like London for the future. Dr Cosgrave spoke of how it needs to come down to what people want, and giving them the power to decide what that is. She got us to list attributes of ...
Tuesday I woke up a bit late – easy to do when you don't have windows! It was nice to be able to sleep in though. I set out on my own, took the tube, and visited the British Museum. This was one of my "must see" places in London. One very nice thing about London is that despite being insanely expensive, all of their public museums are free. I was amazed that you are just allowed to walk straight into the British Museum (and actually most the museums I ...
... the health-related quality of life and the length of life. For instance, if an expensive medication is being considered for treating a patient, a measurement of health outcomes using QALYs is used to determine if the cost of the intervention is worth its ability to increase the length and the quality of the patient’s life. If the length and quality of life are greatly increased, then the treatment would be used, but if not then it would not be used. There is a lot of ...