Premier Inn Harlow
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... as Kate. I didn't pause for nearly as long between ringing sessions, either. Just so interesting to see her in that role. She really believes in Montessori 100% and she is confident in her approach. It was a real treat to see her in the middle of her work and to see how professional she is. I felt very proud of her!! In the afternoon, we went to a place called Ashlyns Farm, not far from the school. Quite a complex. An indoor ...
... Walked through Burlington Arcade then found Carnaby St but it's not as funky as it was in the 60's - maybe England doesn't swing like it used to!!! We toured all the floors of Hamleys Toy Store & Geoff was right at home in the jigsaws & Scalextric while I just loved the teddy bears. Had such a good day & the girls are off to Paris tomorrow - what ...
... pass for transit back home, but it will save you a lot of time, money and stress knowing that you have unlimited tap ins and outs!
After our long walk in our first day of sunshine, we decided to head back to the hotel to take a break before Stef's bday dinner. FOOD is EXPENSIVE!! actually food is relatively cheap IF and only IF you make pounds (GBP). I cringe everytime we go out to eat as something that is ...
... or cathedrals. So far we have done everything we planned to do and the trip has been fantastic. Day 35 - PARIS & LONDON - We made the big loop around Europe! This morning the sky was clear and the Eiffel Tower looked inviting. We hit it just right for walking up. We walked up to the first observation deck and strolled around finding the places we had visited in Paris. There are 328 steps to the first floor which puts it higher than the Arc de Triomphe, but the Arc sits on ...
... To Var Hong Ashe and
her family, author of ‘From Phnom Penh to Paradise: Escape from Cambodia’ who
inspired me to travel there. To Elinor Cowen who helped look after my horse
whilst I was away. Most of all to my family, who encouraged me to sign up and
travel, who cared for my horse whilst I was away and who helped me to finance
this trip. Thanks for helping me to have such a life-changing and eye-opening