The RE London Shoreditch
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We made it! Hooray! Safely. Double Hooray! To the right country. HIP HIP HOORAY! This is a big milestone for us. Turns out London is a bloody long way away and even longer when you have an 8hr stop over in Singapore. It was raining, cold, smoggy but you couldn't wipe the smiles from our faces. This enthusiasm we were feeling may have been amplified …
Arrived at Heathrow bright and early, (well early anyway) made our way to the lounge and started the day off with a bacon roll, French toast and champagne for breakfast number one :), flight takes off at 9:10 so long journey ahead, need to make sure we are prepared. Our taxi to Dubai was sat waiting for us at gate 17 and it took off almost on time, (which is not bad going for ...
... what I was expecting, though at the same time I'm not really disappointed per-say. My bed looks like something navy personnel would sleep while out at sea (odd comparison, but yeah lol), like a little cubby/bunk-bed of sorts. I was also surprised to find out that many of the people staying in the hostel, don't speak English. I'm really anxious to get out and see London tomorrow though. I ought to get some sleep now, gotta wake up for 7am to sort out some things. ...
... I'm here in London and Yes! Today I have met swimming master Steven Shaw, founder of the Shaw Method and 7 other enthusiastic swimming teacher aspirants, who would like to become official Shaw Method teachers soon. The preparatory meeting was a great experience, we have seen and learnt a lot about small changes that ...
... shops got an early start and that entertained us until the rest opened their doors. While I managed to snag a shirt and jacket, Tanya quickly adopted sad face as she perused the beautiful fashion - alas it is now winter clothes on display here and while they are beautiful, they are a) heavy to lug around and b) completely useless to us Melburnians for the next 10 months. The trip wasn't a complete loss as she managed to find a pair of runners (that look like runners but aren't ...