Holiday Inn Express London - Dartford
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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Today I got to enjoy roaming around London on Boris Bike's once more! This is probably almost my favourite activity in London, after driving the big red bus of course.
Jane, Saskia and I met at Limehouse in Hackney and embarked on a 3 hour bike ride through the London canals finishing in Little Venice. We cycled through Hackney, through Victoria Park, where we stopped for a coffee, ...
... as tomorrow morning we plan to catch the 'night bus' at 4.26am just outside our building, direct to Heathrow. From there, we fly to Helsinki, gain two hours, change planes, and fly to New York where we then lose those two, and five more! It is a somewhat roundabout route, but a condition of our cheap round world air ticket! I'm not sure where we will be this time next week, but if I don't get to blog again before Christmas, do have a wonderful day, and a safe and happy Christmas ...
... of schooling is aimed at specialising in subjects where there is a shortage of skills. These include: Engineering, Manufacturing, Health Sciences, Product Design, Digital Technologies, Built Environment. The UTC's work closely with a university, local employers and industry partners.
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... of 'worshipful' folk driving their sheep here today so the fruiterers have to wait their turn. As mere mortals, we are confined to the other side of the fence to the 'worshipful folk', but that's OK as we don't have to tiptoe around the sheep droppings :-) We have now reached the opposite end of the bridge. Excitement over, the sheep have been penned and we say goodbye to Dr T, making our way towards Southwark Cathedral. Shakespeare used to worship ...
... and magical - so peaceful and tranquil. After buying my tickets for Buckingham Palace I had 2 hours until my turn. I began walking and noticed the signs to Hyde Park, a sight on my list. The trails are so nice and wide and the flowers are layered so wonderfully. Also, there is something about mature trees - how regal. After taking in the sun, nature and many park benches - I headed back to Buckingham Palace. The crowds are significant - nothing ...