Harpenden House Hotel
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... 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, ...
... the wrong side of it, and was steadily going in the wrong direction. After several minutes of walking down what she now knew was The Mall, she saw what looked to be Buckingham Palace in the distance. "Where the bleep am I!" She thought. Detour! She was now way out of the way. She felt terrible because she knew the others were getting ready and would be waiting for her to return. Instead of going all the way back she cut through St. James Park across a little bridge and ...
... or some such. Went to the local pub for lunch, (cos we hadn't eaten for at least 2 hours and, when on tour, you never know where your next meal is coming from...) We had some great discussions around the table with the nieces and nephews about the state of the economy, the fashion faux pas's of wearing trainers to work on the Tube ( by our very fashion conscious nieces) and the philosophy of lying. Whew!
Steve tried unsuccessfully to find a fold down raincoat (Mac ...
... and was quite impressed with it. I am an extreme coffee snob so the fact that I am saying that means something. After that, I decided to go on a run to get a feel for the area. I was planning on doing a short little jog around the block just to move but it quickly turned into five miles because I kept getting distracted by random streets and parks that I wanted to see.
I woke up this morning bright and early because I had to be ...
... Underground Tube, charging minimum amounts for travel offering tourists a flexible way to move around the city, We reached Warren Street through the underground and walked up to YMCA. After freshening up, we decided to start our day one by visiting AA (Architecture Association) One of the foremost architecture schools across the world. It is converted into a college from residential tenements and didn't have the grandeur I had expected. We walked down the Tottenham court road ...