Hilton London Syon Park
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... We managed to time the trains perfectly just catching the train home by seconds before it departed for Claygate. It was a most wonderful day and we were very pleased that we were able to see Buckingham Palace from the inside. Thanks to Megan for organising the lovely day at Buckingham ...
... final games into over time.
A big ceremony is held in the borough village at the end of the day. Listing all 33 boroughs in order and unveiling the winner on a big board. The interns have the previlage of doing this.
Wandsworth took home the Jubilee Trophy for the second year in a row
We ended the day with strawberries and champagne to farewell outgoing staff and celebrate the conclusion of another fantastic year Summer Season! ...
... Dropped our bags off as our room won’t be ready for an hour or so and head across the road to Gloucester Arms for a couple of beers.
The hotel is good and the room is big for London. It has a small kitchen.
We partly unpack and head out to check what’s around. Good news, 3 pubs, heaps of cafes, restaurants, bars, shops and tube all within 200 metres.
Been a long couple of days in bed by ...
... concert, then headed back to the hotel. We took a while to figure out where we wanted to eat but ended up at a place called Pasta Brown, right in Covent Garden. The food was delicious but we still needed an ice cream at piccadilly to cap the night off. This was by far the busiest day we've had so far but we managed to cover almost every major site in London in 3 days. Tomorrow off to Rome and Sorrento!
Today was our last day in London and we visited the British Museum. This museum has thousands of famous items such as the Rosetta Stone, a statue from Easter Island, mummies, statues from the Parthenon, and so much more! We looked around the museum for an hour and a half and we still didn't see everything. I would probably need to spend a whole day in the museum in order to ...