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This morning we headed to the All England Club in Wimbledon, site of the oldest, and some say the most prestigious, tennis tournament in the world of the same name. Wimbledon has been held at the All England Club since 1877. It's the only Major still played on grass, the game's original surface, which gave the game its original name of "lawn tennis". We had a guided tour of the grounds including the courts ...
We'll today we were up extremely early, don't know if I've mentioned the sun comes up at like 4.30 5.00am and it's hard to sleep. Today we had to pack up at Lucy's and head towards Hyde park where we have an apartment with Brooke's parents. Carting luggage around London is a Massive pain in the ****, cos everyone is well aware I don't pack lightly. We finally arrived at ...
... a box!!!) before heading out to Camden markets to meet up with one of Jess's other London friends. It was about this time that two busy days started to hit us and Katie and I retired home for a nap!
Then around 8pm Kristy and Suzie turned up at our flat to get prepared for what was supposed to be a night at Infernos- the dirtiest club in London (conveniently located in Clapham). However, after we were already pretty ******, we got a message ...
... ice. It was flawless, the ice changed colors because of the lighting. It was the coolest place to be (literally). It was 23 degrees and our glasses were made of ice as well.
We all had a great time and the bartender gave us all a free shot for my birthday which was sweet of him and good for us. My family members will be happy to hear that I did not have the typical 21st birthday considering it was a Monday night and I had a 10:30 class ...
... it was. It had 2 large bedrooms, one being a sitting room conversion and one single room. It also had a large kitchen and probably the smallest bathroom I had seen since staying in a hotel in Hong Kong.
The bottom line is that in comparison to the place we looked at in Shepherd's Bush, this place was the Taj Mahal. We immediately placed an offer. Now an offer in London consists of a £500 bond, a minimum term and an offer for the weekly ...