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... Leonard being a life long Chelsea supporter. We were taken into the main stadium as the history of Chelsea FC was explained and then visited the press area, home dressing rooms, dug outs before returning to the upper level of the stadium. The smile on Jayden's face was worth the price of the entire trip and he later said it was the best day of his life. After a massive shop at the Chelsea megastore including a new Guernsey for Jayden we caught the train back ...
... and I had a Carling (English light lager), before trying a darker beer called John Smiths. We had arguable the best meal since we arrived in the UK, Avery with a ham and chicken pot pie with veggie mash, and I with a onion and mushroom balsamic something or another, also with mashed potatoes. We struck up a conversation with a few older men at the bar, one of whom had endured the London Blitz of WW2. We then awoke the next morning to catch our ...
... to themselves) is so nice, polite, friendly. It is so beautifully multicultural. Amazing architecture and historical buildings. History, history, history. Red buses contrasting with white buildings. Fortnum and Masons Pageantry and traditions Everyone asks the police questions and they answer in a kind and interested way Shops Style The Tube- so easy and efficient The tiles in the underground tunnels All the prompts for all the English literature I've ever ...
... on the loudspeaker. We had put our names down on a waitlist for any available cabins as they had all been previously fully booked. So from the top floor - to the bottom floor and at an added cost, of course, we are now tucked up in our ensuite cabin. We thought we would try and get some sleep early on and then go upstairs to see the ferry pass the Channel Islands on the way in to St Malo. We dock at ...
... was very interesting. So many people were here today as it was graduation for some and open day for new and prospective students. To get in to Oxford, not only do students have to have outstanding grades, but must undergo a strict interview process to determine if the individual has the necessary thinking processes and discipline required. A really great day that we enjoyed thoroughly! We returned to London around 7pm - very tired but pleased with the 'country ...