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- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
- Non-smoking rooms
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... to get laptop out to transfer photos and then resize them so not so large for upload.
Anyway, here's some of the things I've been up to since the 25th April:
- After many job applications and networking phone calls, secured my first contract job. Yay! Such a relief as took longer than expected. Working for European Medicines Agency doing testing for a data migration. Contract runs through to end Feb next year. ...
... servers running about so assume "this place might be different" but I guess not. Ironically, hunger ended up getting the best of us and we came back in this direction to settle for a Wagamama, but ended up at the chipper at this pub instead.
Ashley had a cider on tap, Travis had a Guiness Extra Cold (whatever that means, definitely wasn't colder than normal), and we shared an order of fish and chips with mashed peas. The waitress was confused how we ...
We walked the streets of London high and low checking out as much as we could. Over our 12 months away this was now habitual. There wasn’t a day that went by that we weren’t out exploring one thing or another.
On the final night of our great adventure we ...
... War Museum and finished the day off with a Thames Boat Tour and was lucky enough to see the Tower Bridge open up for a tall ship. The next day we visited Harrods, Selfridges, Oxford Street and walked through Hyde Park and of course tasted some of the delicious treats in Harrods Food Hall. Thursday we went to Greenwich with Mike. We took the DLR to North Greenwich. This is an aboveground train ...
... now living here. Jack finally after much searching finds that the vans store does have his size and buys a pair of shoes, I find a new white pair that's one size too small. We're running very late, made worse by the detour we have to take since camden town station is closed on Sundays, this leads us down a side street passing a place called Camden Coffee House. We walk in and there's a hippie behind the counter which is a great start, they make better coffee, the price is only £2 for ...