Premier Inn London Harrow Hotel
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... most. Some kids have fought me every step of the way. :)
I have had some funny moments too. I have managed to be popular simply for the fact that I am young, reasonably good looking and Australian. The girls aspire to be me because I am some sort of novelty and fashionista! I know right? Me, the bohemian hippy, a fashionista!!!!!! The thought is hilarious!
I have been able to teach classics that I love. I have really enjoyed teaching straight English ...
... they had the musicians. I was beyond excietd!
We were seated to the left of Graham, and took in a good view of the guests. Once everyone was in they brought out the comedian who rounds the crowd up and whips them into a frenzy. Unlike most shows we were warned about that they stop and start, this didn't really happen.
Graham came out spoke to us all then we recorded the intro, his welcome piece and introduced the guests. ...
... we avoided serious injury to everything except my pride and made our way outside without further incident. The weather was damp and drizzly as we made our way towards the taxi stand (shocking for London, I know......) and soon our cabs whisked us away to the Marriott Maida Vale where we dropped off our bags (double room for Jess and me, Christine's 3BR executive suite for Jen, John, Leonie and Aly) and freshened up for a few minutes. At that point our ...
... trails. Gilbert lived there for the last two decades of his life and died while trying to save a girl from drowning in his lake. The house was converted into a hotel in 1970 and has been used as a film location.
Many of Matt’s family and friends came from Australia for the wedding so we had a great time meeting them and catching up with Margaret’s family and in-laws. It was a lovely ...
... Park, Hyde Park, the Marble Arch, Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abby, Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament, across Westminster Bridge, back across Waterloo Bridge, past Royal court of justice, St Paul's Cathedral, the Monument, over London Bridge, past the Shard, over Tower Bridge to the a Tower of London. We were ready for a pit stop and poor Mum was quite cold so she wanted to warm up, it was quite breezy in the open top bus. Dad decided he ...