Regency Hotel Gatwick
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... loved our Row B stalls seats, with marvellous view into the pit, and of the conductor, Daniel Oren. George and I have previously seen operas there, but only from the very top, where there are a couple of rows of seats and standing room. Churches and choral singing - Hearing Cathedral choirs in top form is always something you hope for in London. There seem to be fewer Choral Evensongs than in years gone by, though there are also a number of special Christmas events at this time ...
Have been waking to Phil's phone. It was set at EST and not GMT. 4 am I was posting on facebook, the at 5.30 am I touched the phone symbol and connected to Tessica. We had a lovely chat and Grant was also present. Then tried Darren as he had liked ...
... however I couldn't believe my eyes when I walked into the classroom. The majority of the students were from Ghana and Jamaica and came from poor families. However they were very tough to handle, I'd never seen anything like it. Students were throwing things around the classroom, they would not listen. I had to keep them in for all 3 breaks for the 2 days. (Yes I agreed to go back another day) the previous teacher had left as she was apparently "sick", later I ...
... you were not allowed to step foot on the turf. The tour ended in the well know media centre. If you thought it was ugly you should see it from the inside....it's bright blue. Archeticure doesn't account for much sometimes as we were told that it won new design of the year. In our two days here we saw a lot which included Big Ben, Trafalgar Square, London Bridge, Westminster Abbey, The Tower of London, St Peters Cathedral, Piccadilly Circus not to mention many other sites ...