Holiday Inn London - Brent Cross
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Well so far so good, not lost either of them, yet!! The comedy
started before we even left Runcorn - Rogo spilt the first drink of the
journey surprise surprise then managed to rip one of the straps on his
back pack at Runcorn Station!!!!! Moron!!
The tube was quite funny trying to do it in rush hour with big
... London for the above average ratio of fit vs. ungainly in its female population; it makes for pleasant walks. Local branches of various clothing brands i adore back home dot the neighborhood: Ben Sherman, Folk, You Must Create. I'm disappointed to discover that although these are imported back home, they're actually more expensive here in their native land. What gives? The deal, London, was: I purchase your ludicrously overpriced food, and you take it easy on the ...
... by Oxford though. We were shown around the University grounds and saw many old and grandiose buildings dating from the 1300s through to the1800s. All very impressive.
We were also shown through Trinity College. Here we went into the chapel and dining rooms and walked around their grounds. At Oxford there are only 3 terms per year and each term is 8 weeks long. The amount of work expected though is quite considerable. To pass at Oxford you have sit and pass, ten, 3 hour exams ...
... whole team worked together to succeed and then raising a basketball over 3 meters in the air. A not inconsiderable task! Both teams rose to the challenge and were eventually successful. Throughout the task and resulting debrief the boys learned a lot about teamwork and also their own individual contributions. All in all a well deserved 'well done' to all of them!
Tomorrow its back to London and the House of Lords.
We arrived on time at about 11am. Took an hour to get through Customs.
Took a cab to Kathleen's aunt's place at Kensington Height - cost GBP52.
Weather was cool and cloudy. Went out for a quick lunch and slept for a few hours after that.
Went downtown to Piccadilly Circus & Leceister Square in the evening for dinner. The place is just jam packed with tourist. We were in Chinatown when a guy came up to us as he wants to know how to get to Chinatown! How ...
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