Croydon Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Landed in Heathrow at 4:30am after over 24 hours of travel. The flight wasn't as bad as I expected and I was able to sleep for maybe 6 hours. We didn't get out of the airport till 6:30, there were crazy long lines and I got questioned/interrogated at immigration about why I was traveling and why I was with two older people who weren't my family and did my parent know I was here and how did I pay for it.....Very weird. Came to Andrew and Lizzie's House with Abi's dad ...
... I was trying on shoes Will was talking to the girl at the counter, who was very interested to know why on Earth we had decided to move to London!! Hmmmm, promising! She was telling us how she is studying law, and that in the UK the government loan gives you 'maintenance funds' as well as paying for the degree. The downside is she estimates her debt will be 75,000 pounds when she's finished!!!
Not a very exciting day, just a lot of time on trains really!
... the crowds being this big. I continued to the Kensington park - a lot farther than I thought. I ended up walking to Kensington Palace, then headed back to Piccadilly Circus. I was meeting a new friend that I met at the hostel in London. She is from Taiwan and taking an excursion as she is spending the summer in Copenhagen Sweden. She claims she has never spoken conversational English, but she speaks so well. We met up at Leicester Square which had ...
... br> Nick and I both worked five days last week which to be honest was tough. I’m not sure how we will go working next year when we have to work the five days every week. I was at my usual schools and Nick was at his. Wednesday night we had our last Wednesday night dinner at the Yates a weekly tradition with some of our friends. I got a bit sad and sentimental while Nick was screaming at the TV. I will miss the scary pub in Croyden with ...
... is made sure that only the finest quality meat from the English countryside is allowed inside the kitchen.
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