Ivanhoe Suite Hotel
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It's been quite a while since I've last updated though it seems whenever I want to, something falls on my desk.
Today we're putting off 6 piles of tests in favour of healthy snacks and writing this entry.
Last time we spoke, the head of science and my boss was Liz Furber, assistant head teacher. She took another post at the next town over as deputy head teacher and as circumstances have progressed, she is head teacher de facto. ...
... a Big Bus to Leicester Square and walked to Covent Gardens.
After coffee and cake and a bit of a look around the markets, we were wearing down so we walked back to the Nadler, keeping an eye out for somewhere to eat. Because it wasn't 5pm, most places still had their lunch menus out (obviously not catering for Aussies that haven't adjusted to the new timezone yet). After a bit of a break in our room, we decided ...
... up on sleep and hanging with Lucy & Nicky. They were our amazing Nanny's for 2 days preparing our meals and babysitting Blake. We had a lovely late evening walk around Regent Park as it is light so late. Nicky worked Monday and we made plans to get to Gatwick Airport early Tuesday morning. Next stop one of the few countries we missed in our 6 month, 32 country escapade 4 years ago.. ...
... retro gaming console was too great for him. Hours later I thought he'd just been in there playing the arcade games, but he'd given up on that hours before and hit the dance floor. Fid was having an absolute ball on the floor, I had people coming up to me all night telling me how much he was throwing down on the dance floor. By the end of the night he'd had his first london dance party, complete with clothes both stinking ...
... angelica root and orris root? By the time the tour was over they had us feeling like we had a dying thirst that could only be quenched with gin. Luckily, they had bar there where we all got a free gin and tonic. It was delicious but it would have been nice to have a sample of the gin on its own to better detect the nuanced recipe. We had to stop at a nearby pub afterwards to get a pint of beer and pint of cider in order to quench ...