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... verdana, arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; line-height: 15.3599996566772px; white-space: pre-wrap; background-color: rgb(219, 237, 254);">Drinks with a view over, we met up with Jess' older brother and headed down Regent for dinner. Regent was dazzling in great Christmas decorations, with great floral patterns hanging down the middle of the street. The only flaw was the advertising for Night at the Museum 3 that hung in the middle of each floral pattern, ...
... everything else that comes with Thanksgiving meals. I only wish the rest of my family could have celebrated this holiday abroad with me.
We finished up and headed back to Greenwich and got an early start the next day. Began our sightseeing at Westminster Bridge, Big Ben, and walked from there to Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, and Green Park. We then took a quick stop for a drink in the first ever Hard Rock Cafe in Piccadilly. We continued on to check out the beautiful ...
... is organised into 4 sub headings:
Design, Make, Evaluate, Technical Knowledge
It is also interesting to note the separation of the cooking and nutrition outcomes.
An additional change that has also been implemented as a result of the national curriculum
revision for Key Stage 1 & 2 is assessing without levels. This allows schools and teachers more flexibility in the way they plan and assess their students. From my experience in schools during ...
We had no plans for today. It was our last day in London so we thought we'd just see what we felt like doing on the day.
We decided that we couldn't in all good conscience stay 2 blocks from the British Museum and not go there, so that was our first stop. Lil Sis wanted to see the Rosetta Stone, and we duly located it, viewed it and were suitably impressed. Equally as impressive was the vast array of Rosetta Stone souvenirs. You name it, they had it: UBS ...
... where the MA service desk was. There I saw that the business class passengers were already waiting. They had been taken straight here. I asked what was happening to them and they said they were guaranteed a 10am flight tomorrow morning to London. I asked the MA service desk worker if cattle class would be given the same guarantee and all I got back was a wishy washy answer which I interpreted to mean no. The business class passengers were then taken away to ...