Holiday Inn London - Brentford Lock
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... safely! The hostel was above a pub and, being students we were able to find it easily haha. We did a quick luggage dump before heading out to the festival. Upon arrival we realised that the festival was literally being held in Wembley stadium car park. Once we'd queued to get in we split up, one to find cheesy chips the other to pick up bags of paint, then together headed for the bar buying some rather strong, but tasty passionfruit ...
... I got to hang out with Amanda (Aus) and met Sally, Molly and Phoebe, who also work for Vision (I think). Erin and I also headed out to Herstmontceux Castle for Canada Day. It is a shame we didn't properly meet before, as we have a lot in common, especially our desire to travel, and our independence. We easily spent the entire day together.
July- Well, it has been short, and has gone extremely quickly, now that I leave London tomorrow! I have had ups and downs in the last ...
... dance into an energized day with hip hop to trance to Latin and other funky world music. Woah, what a scene! I was with the four Buddhist guys and we were all wearing lays and funky sunglasses, mine were 50’s style red with rhinestones and plastic wiskers attached that were hanging under my nose. They were cute, but not easy to dance in. The bike ride there was a bit grueling in that one of my pedals of this borrowed bike was loose and would fall off every ...
... it has to offer would require multiple visits. Even a single visit of a few hours, however, is enough for parents and children alike to explore some of the most popular and striking galleries and learn about the world around them whilst also having a huge amount of energetic fun. Highlights include the Space Gallery, which includes a full sized model of the landing craft which first put men on the surface of the ...
... and this helps too explain it to you. From Westminster, I walk to Buckingham Palace where I catch the end of the changing of the guard (saw it the first time i was in London), and then walked up Constitution avenue to Wellington Arch. This is where you will find the war memorial for Australia and England. Walking back through Green park to the Palace and then down "The Mall" to Trafalgar Square through Admiralty ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility