Park Inn by Radisson Harlow
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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 ...
After two delays, rebooking of flights for a day later, an overnight flight during which we took advantage of movies offered, and an hour long wait to get through customs at Heathrow Airport, Bob, Josh and I were happy to see cousin Michael's big smile, the official signal of our arrival in England! Hugs and handshakes all round, then back to the ...
... activity with them was just so different from the way in which I approached it. When she stopped ringing the bell, the child would stop moving, and she'd just pause, poker-faced, without saying anything (no immediate praise), until she started ringing it again. Really gave the child a chance to concentrate. When I'd done it, I'd been very quick to praise the child between each ringing of the bell, and I didn't spend as long with ...
... Kathryn were planning for a few drinks and a catch up so Bonnie and I caught a double decker bus (up the top and at front of course) and made our way back in to the city of London where we got off at Leicester Square and caught the tube back to Paddington.
We met Daniel back at the hotel and headed out for a simple serve of Fish and Chips, which were ok then after another full day, we went to bed. I vaguely heard Danielle stumble in at some ungodly ...
... in Nepal I will be doing a ten day silent meditation retreat. No, the auto correct on my phone has not gone awry, I will be spending ten days in total silence. No phone, no music not even a book to keep me distracted. Just me and my thoughts. I have to wear loose clothing because clearly the sight of me in a pair of leggings would send the entire retreat into a sexual frenzy and turn what ...