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Very helpful staff, breakfasts were great, busy location, room quite small, handy to public transport and fairly close to airport
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- Arrive at Heathrow 3.30pm GMT.
- Shuttle arranged to door of Dalmacia Hotel, Shepherds Bush Road, Fulham/Hammersmith. (4 nights)
- Recover from jet-lag.
- Met up with cousin, Helen Booth, who walked us around her favourite London haunts.
- 17/5 Visited the Tower of London to learn of the barbaric atrocities …
... gear to protect yourself from as much rain as possible. Invest in some fenders for your bike, which will keep your legs, back and rear relatively dry. Also they will help to protect the moving parts of your bike from splattered road grit.
You can also cover your shoes with waterproof boots made of neoprene to keep them clean, warm and dry. If you don’t have the neoprene boots, you can ...
... is an inner city church of England school for girls.
- Students 11-18year old
- 6th form don't wear uniform
- 130girls each year 7-11
- 6th form around 100 students
- KS4- 1 class (24kids) resistant materials, 1 class food technology (24kids)
- Was teaching GCSE engineering. However, currently having a break from offering that.
- 3 technology teachers and 1 technician
- 2x 3D printers, 2x Laser ...
... the sun's rays glittering against the green.
Security is easy, other than Julian needing to be patted down due to the metal springs in his shoes setting the metal detector off. We sip Irish coffees over an Irish breakfast before we board the plane. Walking on the Tarmac to the waiting jet we can see the emerald colored hills and the occasional cow in the distance. Sigh. Elizabeth gets a little teary eyed as we take off. Kaeleb cries for half the flight to London, he's ...
... just!) and were squished right next to some people by the door. Marc had sweat dripping down his forehead and at every stop, more people tried to squeeze themselves in which just seemed impossible but they did so! Thank goodness I am not that claustrophobic, I would have just lost it! Thankfully our stop wasn’t too far away so we disembarked and made our way back to our room.
It was about 16:30 by this time and we had dinner reservations ...