Holiday Inn Garden Court
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At sensory. I'm still sad and poorly...even the teacher said I'm not myself but I tried to have fun on the reindeer space hoppers and wrapping paper! Mummy was pleased that I did eat some lunch (staple diet of cream cheese, bread, banana, yogurt, bread sticks and baby crisps) even though I threw it around the ...
... it. On the floor was a massive carpet, which strangely enough had a plastic liner between it and the floor. There were also stings stretched across it in a grid. I'm not sure what that was about. One of the guides explained in the 1992 fire it took 50 men to roll up the carpet and get it out of harms way. I thought if you had a spare 50 men during a fire, wouldn't you want to hand them a hose? I also saw the Waterloo chamber, A long hall with shields ...
I'm "home"! Well, by home, I mean I'm in the UK and will be staying at my Granddads for a little while, and in Swindon for a little while and of course in a tent at Glastonbury for a little while! Last night I managed to have a final very tasty pizza, with artichokes in a pizzeria just around the corner from the hostel and was less than 5 euro... the way it should be! When i returned to the hostel, Lea, the French ...
... to make things a bit more festive and set myself the task of making it all a bit more decorative. On this occasion, it is customary to take some "mithai" (sweet meats) with you so in addition I prepared these.
On the day, together with relatives, we made our way to Bhavin's house and were made very welcome by the family.
... had forgotten our London map in my backpack at the hostel so at this point we were just working with maps that they had posted in the park. We got to Westminster Abbey and joined the “queue” which is what they call it here. We just made it before they closed for the day. There was no taking pictures in the Abbey so I don’t have any pictures from in there. It was so cool seeing the place where all those weddings and coronations take place. There’s ...