Premier Inn Croydon South
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After a relaxing night's sleep our taxi picked us up to take us to the Cambridge railway station in time to have breakfast at the station.
Upon arrival at Kings Cross we quickly found a train at St Pancras that took us straight to East Croydon. without Carmen's directions we would have found it almost impossible to do without asking several people. Signage is not a strong point here.
As the weather was quite good Pete ...
... br> Before she entered the camp, her sister and her worked in a paper factory where they began forging papers to enable French forced labourers to cross back into France. She was quoted as saying: I could never accept that I should be killed for what I happened to be born as, and decided to give the Germans a better reason for killing me."
After the War Anita to moved to Great Britain with her sister and cofounded and joined the English ...
Another week of training done and dusted, and we were eagerly awaiting the weekend!! Even though we had a pretty good week crawling under trains, and learning lots of new skills (both passed all assessments so far, so yay!), I am still not a fan of this whole five day work week thing! We finally got our bikes on the road, as our lights arrived in the mail Wednesday, and we had great fun whizzing through the streets of Croydon on our way to work for the rest of the week. While ...
... for traffic while crossing the streets. Shortly after 12 I got back to the house where Joseph showed me around the house a little bit. I immediately changed into comfy pjs and went to bed. I have since woken myself up to try and adjust for the time difference. Currently working on my presentation on Hergé and Tintin for my interview with Contiki on Monday! I would also like to leave a note here about the weather: Rain. (Just as I ...
Today Marian and I headed out to Richmond Park to breath in the fresh air, roam around the green hills and deer hunt.
I really liked Richmond. The village was quaint, the park was beautiful and the deer were in camouflage. We had breakfast in one of the little alleyways before heading out to the park. Next time we would position our entry to the park near where the hire bikes are and cycle our way across the park and back into town. Lots of walking was on the menu ...