BEST WESTERN The Bell Hotel
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... towards New Cross Gate to catch up with C and D. We met them at the station and C drove us to a little gallery where she has a few pieces on show. We then grabbed some beers and went back to theirs where D cooked a delicious dinner and we watched the fireworks go off all around. It was around bon-fire night and there were fireworks going off everywhere. Including massive ones in the city.
The next day we did a walking tour around the East-end ...
Woke up to a foggy start to the day with the promise of clearing later and a bit of sunshine. Went for a walk up the street and found a lovely little French cafe 'Bonne Bouche' where they served the best coffee and had a yummy granola yoghurt and jam toast made from bread they have baked on the premises. Will probs be back tomorrow! Then caught the underground to Oxford street for a wander ...
... empty his pockets, and then go through every item in his carry-on. Despite the crazy amounts of security here in Europe, the kids felt safe and secure for their trip home. We all sat together in the same area of the plane for the most part and enjoyed a relatively smooth flight with 2 patches of turbulence. Most of them slept, some did summer assignments, read, or watched an inflight movie. We were given paper custom forms to fill out - ...
... an hour to shop around and many of them bought even more souvenirs! I am a bit concerned as we weighed their bags two days ago and many were at or over the 50lb limit already! At 7:30, we met at the Criterion Theatre to see The 39 Steps. The theatre itself was lovely, but we had poor seats. Some of our students had posts in their way and most of us couldn't see the entire stage due to the overhang of the balcony. Anyway, at intermission some students took ...
... here of course, but it just tastes different. More strong in taste, whereas Australian Cadbury is much creamier. So it was awesome!
The next weekend Marie and went to Beginner’s Archery in London Bridge with Ime and a heap of his friends. It was a really fun time! The guides showed us how to load and shoot properly which wasn’t too hard. I just found it difficult to see the target, and there were other arrows in the target when I took ...