Collingham Serviced Apartments
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Wonderful apartments. Spacious and clean. Staff was polite and helpful.
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... of London right to the west of Central London. Westminster is where the party really happens. It contains such landmarks as Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, Covent Garden, and Soho Square. The flat is small- my parents and I share a bedroom and I sleep on the floor- but it has its own charm.
Not a whole lot to tell about the first day. Took a nap, walked ...
... now that Adrian was gone?). On Tuesday I was scheduled to go to the House of the Lords and have tea with a man named Lord Hunt. To be honest I really didn't know who he was or what the place was that I was going to. It turns out I was going to the Houses of Parliament and when I found that out, I got a bit nervous and excited. When I arrived I had to go through security and then I waited for Lord Hunt to come down and get me. It seemed like a privilege to be here and ...
... people are remember who have sacrificed their life to save others. The memorial in a small park called Postman's Park, near Little Britain. What a thoughtful place. No trumpets or heralds, just an enamel plaque stating how the person lost their life saving another. The ambience of the park and memorial was lessened with the sea of smokers who inhabit London open spaces. After a walk around the little memorial we continued to the Museum of London. ...
... spending a few hours a week in the forge with Tony and the blacksmith they had developed such a passion and were so inquisitive. The kids that were in the forge were not particularly academic and struggled in an ordinary classroom. However, given the opportunity for trial and error and inquiry based learning they learnt alot in just an afternoon in the forge. It was great to see.
It was a great afternoon followed by a great diner with Kay & Tony. Very enjoyable.
Quality time with my “Small boy” is in order, so after a
good breakfast we climbed onto our bikes and set off in search of Justin’s home
in SE London. This was an interesting challenge since navigation in the London
traffic with the old style road layout…..no straight lines, lots of open space
and very narrow streets makes it very difficult. However my master navigator,
after only a few ...