Crowne Plaza Hotel London Ealing
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... I say goodbye to people I have grown fond of, and leave my students in the hands of a new teacher. (It is always tough, I don't know how primary teachers do it!). You spend a lot of time with them, helping them learn and grow. If I was staying in London, I would definitely want to keep working at South Hampstead, and they basically told me they wouldn't have me working anywhere else. (There was a post, but it came up in January, when I was still in my I hate London phase). Part of ...
Have had a busy day today catching up on things we had scheduled to do yesterday. We are very weary and foot sore travellers. Firstly our experience last night. We had calculated that the trip to the theatre would take us 20-25mins. We needed to catch a bus outside our hotel to Trafalgar Square, 10mins, then walk, 10mins. As we needed to be at the theatre 30 mins prior to the show to pick up our pre-booked and paid for tickets we left here at 6pm. Unfortunately ...
... into the Cathedral then to Gregg's bakery for some food for the train.
The train arrived on time, very nice and very comfortable with a table for our 2 hour journey and we were headed to London Euston Station. I had time on this journey to catch up with the writing on our Travelpod, it takes time to do these entries but it will let us have loads of memories on what and when we did things. We had such a pleasant journey from Chester to London on this train, lots of canals along ...
Leaving London I was sad to be ending our trip but also ready to go home (though really not ready for back to work...). Traveling with family was definitely a different experience but it made me thankful for the incredible parents and family I have. I think people generally assumed I was about ten years younger than I am when it was just my parents and I but I guess that's better than the opposite. We definitely had some funny family dynamic sort of stories but it ...
... the square eating a sandwich and trying to avoid another run-in with my avian friends, I saw a barricade being set up by police men and women right in front of the Odeon Cinema (one of the two biggest film theaters in London). I thought maybe there had been some sort of violence and I got nervous, but when I looked up, I saw a huge sign that said:
"Royal Film Premiere
Mandela: A Long Walk to Freedom
In the Presence of
Their Royal Highnesses:
The Duke and ...