De Rougemont Manor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Met downstairs for breakfast after a bit of confusion about the meeting time - we were all very tired last nite ;-) Walked up the street and found a cafe where the waiters could hardly speak English so weren't really sure how our orders would go. All ended up ok but Jen was last served and had to wait longer than everyone else. Think they stuffed up! Then onto the tube to ...
... ago was just incredible. We slowly walked around the site and once we were done we made our way back to our bus and on to the next stop: Salisbury cathedral. It was only a short ride to Salisbury cathedral and when we got there we had to walk a short five minutes to the cathedral which was a lovely walk. We got to the cathedral and it was beautiful. The architecture and detail to it was amazing and like nothing ...
As if the 7 hours yesterday weren't enough, we were back at Lakeside shopping today. Had to buy another suitcase for all the purchases we have made along the way. Thank heavens for Argos. We had a BBQ at Jan (Geordie Jan) and Steve's house in Romford in the evening. Ross, their son, is moving to Australia for a year and will be staying with us a week after we get back. The girls for in with him great and we ended up playing cards and board games until late into the ...
... Jason from University. Just so you know, for some reason mom calls him Panama, so if she writes the one tomorrow I don't want you to be confused. Anyways, we went back to his place to drop off our bags then continued touring. We saw St. Paul's cathedral, which was built in 1666, but there has been a church there since 658CE. It cost 40£ to go in! We also got to ...
... the theatre here is that they sell concessions like a movie theatre and people eat and drink during the performance. Can't say I'm fond of that. However many of our students enjoyed the small tub of popcorn for £5! And, they all enjoyed the show (although some of the boys said there was too much singing - go figure). Thankfully the DLR ride back to our hotel is never busy as I want the students to attempt the public system on their own ...