Selsdon Park Hotel & Golf Club
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... concrete in anticipation of filling the void with sand. Then a cover had to be constructed so that it would (a) cover the sandpit when not in use and be strong enough to support foot traffic and (b) be easy enough to pull up to open the sand pit for Sebastian.
... So now we've started our last week of training, and there's still a lot to learn, and no uniforms in sight (some things are the same all over the world)! Will is looking forward to getting out on road next week, and I am not looking forward to doing two weeks of driving starting next week... Hopefully London drivers are kind! We're still waiting on our rosters, but I'm keen to book us a trip somewhere. I found £40 return flights to Barcelona, so that might be first on our list!
... alone as I see various places of interest from my own viewpoint.
However, in Dublin, I decided to take some
tours such as a half day bus tour, a walking tour and a guided tour of the
Louvre. That gave an opportunity to meet some travelling companions and get
pertinent information of each place from an expert guide. Although I did not
know the language very well, I did learn a few useful phrases that helped me a
lot in getting close and warm ...
... so that I couldn't believe what I was seeing and I went back to beginning of the moving walkway five or six times to see the exhibit again. The object that impressed me the most was the Sovereign Scepter. This is the scepter that is given to the king or queen during the coronation ceremony, and it contains the biggest polished diamond in the world - the Cullinan I. Named after the chairman of the mine where it was discovered, the Cullinan I weighs a whopping ...
... to the Paddington Railway, so we did some explorations in this area, as we hadn’t been to this part of town previously. Next day, we started wandering the usual tourist traps around Big Ben, Parliament and Winchester Cathedral. We then decided to wander down to Buck House, to see if anything was happening. As it turned out, we were in time to see a Changing of the Guards ceremony and the Horse Guards, clipped by us.
After all, the changing ...