Travelodge London Battersea
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... and for as long? Probably not. Preparing ahead is certainly a much wiser thing to do which means more research on places you want to go and things you want to see but winging has been fun and we've been so lucky with our flights, hotel rooms train travel etc as a lot of that has been done a day or two before. If we had left it any longer we wouldn't have been so lucky as the ...
... had attended church here 24 years ago when she was traveling with a girlfriend, her brother and her sister-in-law. She had raved about the lovely setting and it was as wonderful as she had said. The professional classical sounding choir filled the air with heavenly music. The horn ensemble, dressed in their formal military attire, was equally fantastic. The whole experience made for a wonderful Sunday celebration after which ...
Getting a little bit excited. All packed and ready to go to the airport. Mulberry is bit of a disappointment - still not got the purse I want :( Reckon me and mum will be zonked out on both flights, it's all the excitement. We've made it to Madrid ...
... standard, and at least I didn't have any fights or objects, desks etc flying through the air. That being said, I really don't like it when I don't have control over the students! I have since been back at this same school 3 more times, and every other time, it has been much better. It also really helps when the teacher leaves a seating plan... I suppose I have to remember that as the main classroom teacher, I never really expected the sub to get through a lot of ...
... tower, the palace and the park – I decided to dig a little deeper and try to uncover the perfect London afternoon. Although obviously I am neither an expert nor a local here are a few tips for that traveller looking to blend in:
1. Carnaby Street (Take the circle/district metro line to the Oxford Circus stop where you should be able to follow the signs or Argyll street to find yourself at the Liberty building which is the backdrop ...