Grange Blooms Hotel
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... wheel is on the right) asked me.
"So, have you ever driven an automatic car before?"
My answer to the question was "yes, of course, but, I actually don't know how to drive a stick!"
The employee was baffled. Apparently in England you need to get two separate licenses, one to drive a stick and one for an automatic, which I think is super smart. I also had the HARDEST time staying on the correct side of the road, since I wasn't used to driving on this side. ...
... reminded me of my first year 12 D&T class. I sat with the students and they explained their projects to me. They then asked me just as many questions about my travels and study. They were very interested in summer camp and the experiences that I had had during my travels.
Their folios were very similar in structure to our D&T folios in NSW. They had the same design blocks and issues as my kids did during the development process of their major works. ...
... in front of them was pretty special - these places have seen so much history! After we'd soaked it all in, we decided to make our way back towards our hotel. Dad was keen for a beer and suggested we find a little pub for a refreshing ale. I think it's pretty obvious where his sons get their beer loving ways from! We found that pub, had a round, before completing our journey back to the hotel. On the way back I saw a little kid even more excited than Daniel at Liverpool and me ...
... variety of vegetables; very nice. Also, I was lucky to have made this dinner selection quick because it appears London's weather is what I remember in Chicago. The phrase "if you don't like the weather, wait 10 minutes" seems to ring true here. All afternoon it was sunny and pleasant, then in like 2 minutes a heavy rain with wind blew in soaking everything. Was comforting to watch all dry with my hot beef/potato dinner. I then walked to St. James Park and Buckingham ...
... Such as the plants and flowers there is an hidden connective internet of consciousness among all people. We're actually one particular household although we appear and work different. The Widespread Brain the same as the cause in the vegetation connects us all. We're with a trip with each other. We should assist and aid the other simply because whenever we do this we have been uplifting the whole human population. ...