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... of levels to the District line to Richmond. We asked the clerk but there were no elevators at Victoria Station. Seemed strange to me that you would terminate the express train from the airport at a station with no elevators. The long dragging handle on my case pulled out making the stairs.
Soon we were on the District line to Richmond. We got off at Gunnersbury and realized that we had left the ...
... Keeping in touch with folks back home through Facebook has helped, but so has meeting people here. People have been more than kind to me, and some have gone out of their way to help me out. There was a woman in Stratford-upon- Avon who I met along a path and asked for directions; she walked me all the way to my destination, which I suspect was blocks out of her way. A worker at the airport took his smoke break early so he could walk me out to the bus ...
... clothing and luggage was distributing around the parties bags before going through the not so quick bag drop. No hiccups through despite Toby's lack of confidence. Ready for the plane to Amsterdam with time to spare the atmosphere is relaxed and ...
... St. Paul's Cathedral, Westminster Abbey, and the Tower Bridge, and the Royal Albert Hall were the top activities requiring paid tickets, and today we grouped the Tower of London and the Tower Bridge together with a pilgrimage to where Chaucer's pilgrims set out for Canterbury, the site of the former Tabard Inn in Southwark.
After a strange night of sleep and wakefulness that made it very difficult to rise this morning, we set out for ...
... transport for locals. And I'm rather proud of myself for figuring out the bus system and using it to my advantage. Definitely a milestone for me.
Later that night, I went to my first London theatre performance as part of my Intro to London Theatre class. We had read the play and now got to see it! It is called Hysteria and is about Sigmund Freud and Salvador Dali. I didn't like the reading ...