Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane
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... of the stairs at street level it was like reaching the gates of heaven for the Robinson clan. Lillywhites Sports store was right in front and the bright pink and green 40% discount signs lured us in like moths to the light.
Two pairs of football boots (please don't ask for soccer boots again!) and two pairs of hiking boots later we were back on track for our planned excursion - The Hop on Hop off bus.
We decided to do the red line ...
... ship surrounded by a glass and steel structure, which obscured the fine lines of the hull and contained the normal trashy gift shops with trinkets made in China. The ship itself was painted in a historically inaccurate colour scheme with far too much painted on gold-leaf, making it look like a maritime ”rhinestone cowboy”. With the knowledge that the ship was seriously damaged by fire recently and no longer original Greg couldn’t bring himself to spend the ...
... what their annual reports look like that they have to
turn in to the government. This will definitely teach me how non-profits work
and give me a peak into the financial side of things when it comes to handling
the donations. I get to go on a few trips for free which includes: Lords
with Baroness Emerton, the Florence Nightingale Museum, and Westminster Abbey.
Overall, I am happy with my placement. FNF ...
... of the only things from the Harry Potter films that I recognized. Then we walked back from whence we came and to Jubilee Gardens which is the park next to the London Eye. While walking we were handed free beer. Now I get the drinking stereotypes Robyn talked about all year.
At Jubilee Garden we met Robyn's friend Jamie who joined us for the rest of the day. We then went to the House of Parliament and ...
... from, naturally year 6s get it straight away but the little ones always guess Africa first! It's very cute and it always ends in "Miss tell me about kangaroos". I've just accepted a year 5 position at a school near Notting Hill, which is a trek for me being in South London but the pay is amazing and we'll see how I go. Nice to come back to something after my holiday as apparently supply work is pretty dead at the start of the school year (which is September 1st). So ...