Hilton London Gatwick Airport
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... it was going in the opposite direction that I needed to go. He suggested I cross the bridge (again) and catch the tube, so I did. When I got to the tube station, it was shut - like, seriously?! So I asked some locals what my best course of action would be. They told me to go catch a red bus. Well, that was fun: turns out you need an Oyster card and do you think I had one? Nope! The first bus driver let me on but the second refused, even after I offered to pay. So I walked, in ...
The last two days have literally been we walking around London handing out CVs in the hope that when I get back to London at the end of next week, I will have a job.
Part of me wants to be picky and wait until a job I like comes up. The sensible part of me does care anymore and just wants to earn money.
... the area, seeing the houses of Parliament and St. James' gardens, and everything along the way. We spent a long time staring at the guards in their fuzzy hats and overly polished boots, before we made it to Buckingham palace and saw more of the guards protecting it. As we were walking along The Mall (the street leading to the palace), we kept seeing young red-headed cyclists and convincing ourselves it was Harry picking up some milk ...
... go by Visit the various art galleries and museums (they are all good) Visit Hamleys or Harrords Tour Westminster Abbey and Buckingham Palace Sit in the bleachers at Shakespeare's The Globe Theatre and watch the rehearsal Tour the Thames by ferry Enjoy the view from the 72nd floor of The Shard ENTERTAINMENT Do not miss the west end shows. The music and fun of "The ...
... the fact that if she were still here, I could have skyped her and shown her London live and in colour. She died before I had even graduated from high school, and it makes me sad to think about what she's missed. I'm grateful though, for her influence. It's thanks to her that when I see Tower Bridge and Trafalgar Square, I see not only famous landmarks, but images from a biscuit tin we had when I was young. There aren't many people out there who associate Lord Nelson with peanut ...