Church Street Hotel
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Got out at the station nearest my hostel. Staying at the Generator. It's by far the nicest hostel I've ever stayed at; it has a display board behind the main desk with the time and weather, nice wooden floors, a small restaurant, a club area, laundry, ect. For around 20 quid (30 USD) a night, it's pretty hard to beat, especially considering the location.
Got up to my room, where I am living with a guy from Nova Scotia, two French guys, and ...
... staff in personal make up for the people on the phone! Pillows, blankets, headphones, toothbrush and paste! But lacked room and couldn't fit bag under seat due to metal box and overhead bin was fun so was a bit cramped, and not fun when turbulence kicked in, 3 times. Landed 10min late. Travel tips: take the pasta/vegetable dish. The lady next to me was throughly disgusted. The pasta was quiet good. Warm up butter as you'll end up wearing ...
Sorry it has been so long! I meant it when I said I didn't want to waste any time that I have left here (which is 9 days!). I have a lot to fill you in on so I will start with last Wednesday, the 26th of November.
My alarm goes off on Wednesday and I jump out of bed, excited for what was to come that night. Adrian was at the airport back in Chicago waiting to get on the plane. It had been over 2 months since we've last seen each other! All day at work ...
... an absolute joy spending the afternoon with Tony and the wonderful staff and students at King Alfred's School.
The school was founded in 1898. It is a co- educational school that ranges from reception all the way through to 6th form.
- Unique private school that prides itself in being casual
- 13 grade levels
- No uniform
- School has a high focus on practical learning and extra curricular activities to give ...
Unsure of what to expect, unsure of what I would see, I boarded my plane for the United Kingdom. I traveled overnight on a red-eye flight from Boston to London but the adventure really started the previous week. I set out for a wedding. I celebrated someone else's life change to usher in my own.
I have known Melissa for almost 10 years. I love this woman. I remember picking her up from the airport after not seeing her for a really long time and wondering if ...