Premier Inn Hemel Hempstead Central
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... in London) and we saw the first Underground station ever built in the world. We cycled then to the oldest meat market called Smithfields and saw one of the only remaining former monasteries turned hospital in St Bartholews. Our last stop was St Paul's cathedral but we will visit there more on Saturday. Safe to say, the bike tour showed us a great deal of the city but it was a little to long. Still, I cycled on the left hand side of the road and survived! After the tour, we met up ...
... collection of selfies on her phone, and was able to show me photos of the many different hairstyles she tried in a rainbow of colours, before she settled for black. Many of the photos also showed off her many facial piercings that she has eventually gotten rid of to be able to work part time in retail, while she studies at college.
All in all it was a memorable weekend, and one that I hope to repeat at the end of August before flying back to ...
... wasn't great water, and I found it reminiscent of small town Manitoba water that is high in iron.
Don and I quickly walked through the gift shop as nothing here was particularly interesting to us. We had about 45 minutes for lunch, so Don and I headed out into the street. Once there, one of our students approached us and asked if we could direct him "to the local ice cream shop." This made us laugh as our students have asked us many ...
... it was madness. But luckily as they were doing crowd control outside the event, it wasn't too busy inside.
Ate another true German sausage.. always sounds so wrong, drunk some mulled wine and went on a few rides and played some carnival games- was pretty fun times!
Katie's cousin is really nice- very untravelled but still very nice... dunno if I would say the same about his friends, but they were ok.
Laurence decided to go out again... that boy is on a mission.
For the past two days Nicola and I have been roaming the city and visiting markets, little towns, and trying to get off the typical tourist routes. Sunday we just hit up a couple markets in one area and I got some scarves really cheap. Then her highlight of the day was eating a Full English breakfast at a little cafe, she was honestly so excited! That night we went with a couple people we met at the hostel to a local pub. We were all from different ...