Premier Inn Redhill Reigate
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... me out of my comfort zone since I am not use to busy cities and the crazy traffic, etc. Everything was amazing and we learned so much; from the culture to the sports medicine field, and to just everyday living. I would recommend to everyone to take the opportunity to study abroad!! You have the opportunity to do it now, so do it while you can! I can guarantee you won't regret ...
... you hold the bat about hip level. Finally we played a game. This was a lot of fun because we got to put everything together actually play. The concept of cricket was fairly easy to pick up and comprehend. Then we did a walking tour of the park. This was ok. We learned a lot about the history of cricket. However, our guide got boring so it dampened the mood of the tour. The stadium itself and grass is really cool. You can feel the historic nature of the park, especially when ...
... in case you were wondering) We managed to find both Uncle and Aunt, popped some flowers upon the graves and took a slow walk back. Massive gardens, sun was shining-ish and it was a lovely stroll. We returned to the city and spend some time at The British museum. Had a little time with The Rosetta Stone, Egyptian mummies - look there was so many wonderful exhibitions to see. Zig-zagged our ...
... Euston Station, where we were kicked off. They do this as you swipe your card on entering the bus, and that's your zone finished at Euston! We wanted to cruise past Buckingham Palace, found that no bus route passes there. We saw Harrods, walked along Piccadilly past the Ritz and short cutted onto Regent Street where we took another bus to Marble Arch, we had sussed by then that the no 6 was our bus. This was the only bus we needed to get us from and to Warwick Avenue Station. By 2.30pm ...
... complete the day with a stroll through The Nature of Common Life exhibit at the Tate Britain. There are rowers out on the Thames. It must be cold out there. The fog adds a mysterious look to them as they seem to glide effortlessly down the river. What a wonderful way to spend your morning, no other ships around to worry about, just a few small kayaks (do they call them that) and the quiet purr of a huge city waking up to start its ...