Premier Inn Cobham
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... for us, because it looked like a dive.
The Gallery Hyde Park Hostel, located in a refurbished Victorian home, was really nice! With a friendly staff, great rooms and all the bells and whistles it makes for a comfy nights sleep. Located on the central line its quite easy to get to as well, although as luck would have it the lift was broken at our tube station, which meant traversing 123 steps or waiting in a long line to use the one remaining lift. Once the Nathans and I ...
... 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 ...
... and holding cells where they kept the prisoners before they were executed. The walls were covered in words and pictures that the prisoners had carved into the stone walls. It was written in an old Latin language that was translated for us on signs. It was very interesting and most of them wrote to God and asked for forgiveness. Others were not so remorseful and wrote sayings, lovers names and made ...
... ultras (think ultra-nationalists, but for a soccer team) could escalate things to violence. That particular brand of European/British craziness didn't just disappear when kids started showing up to games, it just got transformed into the songs, which regularly feature "****," "****," "******," "bugger" and other swears. In Italy and other places I've heard it also occasionally features racist epithets and random anti-semitic and anti-Roma phrases ...
Anyway... quick update on the workplace. The office is five minutes walk from the train station which is great as it is going to get cold here soon. Ed and Katrina were just as nice in person as they were over Skype and all the other people (woman mostly) seemed very nice and relaxed.
After waiting around for the team accountant to bring in her new baby (which took like an hour) we headed out for a coffee at Pret. First impressionswize, it was ...