130 Queen's Gate Apartments
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... quotes by Thomas. The first floor was sort of open plan living/sitting room all the way down one side of the house next to the hallway and stairs. There is a sofa which Jane bought and a copy of the letter she wrote to Thomas telling him how amazing the sofa was! There was a painting done of the couple and their dog of them in the sitting room, exactly how it still looks. Apparently Jane got very annoyed with the artist because it took ...
... t know how thousands of people can drink so much fluid, and not urinate, but I couldn't find a toilet anywhere. So we decided to have Thai for dinner, not because we were hungry but because it was the first place we found that had a toilet. But the meal was okay anyway. Day 19 (Monday 31 Aug) We awoke the next morning to a dreary, wet and miserable looking London morning, but that wasn't going to deter us from attending to our first point of business; the changing of the ...
... accommodation whilst away a previous Roosevelt Scholar, Laura, had recommended signing up to an organisation called Servas International. Both Elisia and I applied and had arranged to meet with the Nottinghamshire Servas Lead to have our interviews, present our references and complete our applications. The meeting highlighted that there are a lot of people acting as a part of Servas, hosting travellers across the world for ~ 2 nights (more if possible) with ...
... areas, war room, kitchen and much more. The Churchill museum was excellence plus with really interesting film, interactive displays, memorabilia including some of his clothes, uniforms etc. Back to st Matthews to collect our bag and walked back to St James Station to get tube to Victoria and train back to Abinger Hammer. (Dorking really) Journey without incident. Only took 45 minutes and train quite empty. Mary arrived just after ...
Had another leisurely morning. Morgan and I talked to our parents on facetime which was nice. Then went out to Decathlon to change the carry on bag for a larger one, and might have got a bit carried away again. I mean what is a girl to do when great waterproof jackets are so cheap, and I always wanted a lime green one! Have started packing my bag tonight to see what actually will fit in, and whether I need to do ...