St. George's Hotel
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... the end we left the flat at around 9:20 to go for a walk around the local area, but again, nothing was open so we were just walking past shuttered shop windows. We decided to just get on the train and go.
On the train, Stephen was looking at the Underground map and said, "What about Kew Gardens? They open at 10." It was on the line we were changing to anyway, and we still had a lot of time to fill in, and it didn't matter what time we got to Covent Gardens, so that was fine. ...
... arrived for "war games" the next day, so there were 2,000. However, they were kept up all night by the bombing of our airplanes, trying to figure out what was going on. So by the end of the day of the invasion they were exhausted and didn't have a lot of ammunition. We also found out that some of their cannons could shoot out 12 miles and that's why the ships had to stay so far out.
He also explained that the Americans had already been stuck on the boats for 3 ...
... tour (YAY!). We were worried any bus we could catch by this point would be packed and the weather was still rather unfortunate. So it seemed like the best option.
Unfortunately we missed several sites in the bus, including Piccadilly Circus, Trafalgar Square, London Bridge, Tower of London, Parliament Square, Westminster Abbey, and Buckingham Palace. So yes, fail? But we had a chance to go back to a few the next day, which you can see the next ...
My time in London ended this week... I will miss it.
Saturday was a tour of Houses of Parliament and a group of us went to the top of the Shard!
Sunday was Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park with LBS. We also went Ice Skating as very large group.
Projects occupied all of our time for the first part of the week. We had more homework in the last week than all of semester.
Wednesday was ...
... 8217;s English asked us (gun in hand) to not let the kids climb along the wall. No problem!
We saw the postie arrive and the cleaner vans depart. The flag was flying, so the queen was in and there were a few rooms with lights on and lots of cars in the car park. It must be quite annoying to have so many people gawking in at your front gate, especially when you have a few visitors around! We were also lucky enough to see the royal horses in ...