Premier Inn Watford Centre
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... Dogs barking. Cars honking. Such a difference to the quietness of Dewsbury! This is something I have to get used to for the next year I can't wait! Tomorrow I will be making a visit to the British Council and explore a little bit of Delhi let's see how that pans out!
No doubt I will update this blog as I am sure there will be some amusing tales to talk about!
As for now its 1.11am and I think I need to sleep!
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... were machine guns that the policemen were carrying. She even suggested that the machine gun toting copper even waved to her with his weapon. Oh really? Next on M's hit list were the Lions at Trafalgar Square. Dan and Elaine had previously given her a book about a little girl going to see the lions so that was a must do. Not a lot of interest in Nelson perched on top of his column, or the National Art Gallery, just the ...
... end the housekeeping manager offered us a complimentary coffee because we had been kept waiting. After another half an hour, our room was ready and we were very thankful to crash for a few hours.
We got up and headed out for dinner only to discover that it was raining. We managed to find a really cute, quaint Italian restaurant were we enjoyed a meal together before heading back to our hotel for the night. ...
... and cleaning toilets for two summers, while not glamorous, beat watching daytime television (it was also a nice little earner). However, time quickly passed and before I knew it the demands of booking flights, applying for a study permit and sorting out the required insurance had arrived. Flights were easily sorted after a brief internet search for the best value ticket and insurance was straightforward enough. The study ...
... to Southwark. Easy! We were quite early, so we turned left down Blackfriars Road, eventually reaching the Thames and crossing over Blackfriars Bridge. Another left turn on the north side of the bridge and we were right near the old City of London School.
We wandered back along the same route to Southwark station and, as we still had plenty of time, crossed the road to a small coffee shop to sit and sip and watch the world go by.
Back outside the ...