Grange St. Paul's Hotel
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... which was having a winter wonderland celebration!) and then boarded a double-decker for my favorite moment of the weekend, King's Cross.
I probably would have never heard of King's Cross in my life if it weren't for Harry Potter. When we got in we knew we needed to find Platform 9 3/4, which "doesn't exist" but there is a Harry Potter shop there and a cart where you can take photos, an homage to the passageway from the very popular series. When we got to the train station, we ...
... benches or some sort of partition dividing the floor to isolate different learning areas. Therefore sensible behaviour is the expectation.
4. Because these students (depending on the individual UTC structure) spend quite a bit of time on work placement and/or doing extra curricular engineering based activities generally tied in the university they have developed a sense of maturity. Just some general observations.
- Greenwich UTC was built for 600 ...
... She looked most offended, however, when she had to move so I could make my escape.
Of course a visit to London wouldn't be complete without the obligatory bump-into-someone-you-know-at-a-famous- landmark routine. For us it was Lil Sis's TAFE teacher at the British Museum.
After we'd had enough of that, we took the train to St Paul's. We wanted to climb up to the top of the dome to look out over London.
We forgot one thing.
... by artists that was of a revolutionary nature - especially that of Russian artists (Malevich)Left the museum at walked across the Millennium Bridge foot bridge to St Paul's Cathedral. There I got some new marketing ideas for Knox!
Back at the Megaro and thinking about dinner. What and Where?
Well, dinner was nearby in the Great Northern Hotel dinning room called Plum ...
... Harrods. It's a big store taking up a whole block and very expensive. We only looked around as we were not really interested in buying anything. To give an example a lemon meringue pie was £25 ($50) which is ridiculous. We then had an Italian dinner and walked the dinner off by heading back to the hotel several kms away. It was a reasonably warm day so we were glad to finally get back and put our feet up. No photos due to uploading ...