LSE Bankside House
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So I had a pretty solid nap with no panic to wake up and I took me sweet time getting up. Was a balancing act to get around the room to the biffy...yes it had one .... almost as big as the room...thats not saying its big either. Went through me usual routine and managed to find the lil restaurant in the lil hotel. It was like living in the land of little people. Good thing was that it was a great location...right next to Hyde Park. In the end its only ...
... how Oxford Street is perceived now, Oxford Street was looked down upon and was not the place that wealthy people would be seen buying their goods. "Oxford Street, it goes without saying, is not one of London's most distinguished thoroughfare. Moralists have been known to point the finger of scorn at those who buy there, and they have the support of the dandies" (Woolf). Many felt that there was too many bargains, sales and items marked down, and it simply did not make sense for ...
... of the Guard. Perfect timing as we caught the last 12 minutes and saw them march out.
-walked over to Harrods (actually tubed one stop per Ty's request). Food area was chaos so we ejected. Found a shwerma place on way. Was ok but no NZ.
-walked home for much needed rest after big morning out
... first/business class(not sure on the difference still).
Coach was...well it was coach, sat in an exit row, and yeah you get more leg room but I still like normal seating better. At least then you get an armrest on both sides. That was just from Anchorage to Seattle(Mom got upgraded so she at least had first class). Seattle to New York we were all in business. It was pretty standard. Bigger seats free tablets to watch movies on, Frozen was my movie of choice and Michael ...
... until next week, but while I was on the phone lost and found rang to say my bag had been found and was in Basel. On returning to lost and found they told us the best way to get the bag was to go to Basel, next train departing in 4 minutes, they issued tickets there and then, offered to look after our luggage and gave us details of the return train. So we ran to the train, made a return trip to Basel (running between train, lost and found and back to train ...