LSE Bankside House
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Sorry for my silence over the last 2 weeks! I have been pretty much snowed under with study and exam preparation, and the blogging has suffered. The craziness really started when we were given a group assignment in my modelling of infectious diseases class, which was just before my last blog post. Thus began countless hours of work. There were 5 of us in the group, and we basically all had to pretend that we were infectious diseases modellers from different fictitious countries. We ...
... Congestion zone and so you should be prepared for the congestion charges. The theatre is part of the Q-Park Scheme. The nearest participating car park is the 24hr Q Park Chinatown Car Park.
You can find plenty of black cabs at the end of the show especially along Denman Street. There is a designated taxi rank at London Charing Cross station and getting a cab here may be easier and quicker than directly outside the theatre.
... stalls, lots of bars and mulled wine. While the girls and the Burke family skated, I played "guard the baggage" at a bar overlooking the rink, with a pint of cider. Winner! Farewelled the Burkes at 3pm, they were heading off to Ireland on Thursday. We headed off (on foot again) to explore Oxford Street and Regent Street. Kilometre after kilometre of shops, Christmas lights and window displays and Christmas shopping hordes. Exhausted again ...
... and that enough led the doorman to have security run up to her room. Oddly enough, the Irish man did not get into too much trouble!
2. There was a group of Germans backpacking through Europe and they didn't have a place to stay, but brought a tent that they wanted to pitch. They found a garden that they decided to pitch their tent in, so they hopped the fence and pitched the tent. They had a campfire and everything. The next morning when they woke up, they couldn't ...
... the streets of very busy London we disembarked at a quaint little Sherlock Holmes pub where we partook in a couple of alcoholic beverages and a light lunch. The pubs are gorgeous here and great for people watching (Deb you would be in your element). Stuart I thought of you and Zach and your pub and think you will make it just as great! Mary Beth would have enjoyed her Sherlock Holmes Ale also. Wayne and Neil avoided being arrested by the local constabulary as they may ...