Russ Hill Hotel
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... the eavesdropping far less charming.) I really how well London has added newer, more modern buildings to the ancient and beautiful ones from before. It makes it so interesting to look at and photograph. We see all kinds of cool alleys and art installations, all with pretty empty streets, as the financial district is closed on Saturdays, so the area is pretty quiet. It's a nice break after weeks of tourists. Wee head back near the cathedral, to find dinner and, ...
So the agency woman that called me while I was in York on Friday called me back on Tuesday morning about the job that was supposed to start that day.. She said that World First had picked my resume out of a few they had sent over and obviously I didn't have to start that today but the next day at 10am! And yay no interview or selection criteria necessary ;) So I made the most of my last free weekday and went to check out Chiswick ...
... I had a look at the Maccas line and nearly died. There were queued in barricades, there were 4 rows of people all tightly packed in! It was here I spotted a Disney store and got a bit distracted from my hint to find food. After a bit of a browse through there I decided I'd be fancy and head towards a nice looking restaurant and bar. I thought I'll have a cheeky drink with my dinner. Apparently I forgot where I was in the ...
... and through security and things (dad would probably think us crazy to be leaving Lee Abbey at 3 am for our 6:40 flight :/ ) Definitely looking forward to getting on a beach while there. We are also trying to do a tour of Camp Nou (Tell Nick) and La Sagrada Familia. Should be cool. I'll try and post on my phone while in Barca, but if not I'll make sure to facetime when I get back to tell you about it. I love you.
... strange about this bookshop as it looks like a normal bookshop. It is located at six places in London but the first and probably the best is located in Marylebone on the High Street. The shop is housed in an old Edwardian building that has oak columns and skylights that provide natural illumination. As you walk into the shop, you will get a typical library smell. You can find a lot of reading material ranging from travel books, ...