St. James's Hotel and Club
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... quite annoying at first, although we soon grew accustomed to it.
It made us miss the cosmopolitan nature of London, where everyone is different and no one stands out, but also the intrinsically British politeness that would never permit one to shamelessly stare and point. Little things grind on you too. Like not being able to flush toilet paper down the loo, fearing for your safety at pedestrian crossings (in Bolivia drivers don’t respect these ...
... 9am after which we took the tube to go to Madam Tussouds having prepaid for a ticket in NZ. We loved it, maybe not the scary bit so much, not because it was too scary, just a little mundane. We took heaps of photos, it was so like being with the real people just that they didn’t move. The short three D movie starring super heroes fighting super baddies in a London setting was riveting and fun. My favorite was the ...
... what time we were arriving, even we weren't! A little while later we were joined by Kambwalli and then president Donald, Julius and Darwin joined us. All of these interact members we can tell have enjoyed us being here, they have been with us for almost every activity! It has been a pleasure spending time with them and we have also thoroughly enjoyed it! Today was our last day spend at the school, so it was an emotional few hours! As many of the interact students and you may know, ...
... needed to know where to go tomorrow to get Connor. Really, its not too hard, except for knowing which way to look for traffic when you are walking. We almost had a flattened Ethan and that was scary! I think he is going to walk with us from now on! We got to visit the Cisco office too. Back to work tomorrow for Mike :( I'm excited for tomorrow when we are all together ...
... for concerts (apparently Justin Timberlake is in town) and other things (I'm actually not sure what's going on but I know I wasn't invited and I'm crushed.
We've been getting the lay of the land here in Kensington a lot. It's a beautiful area with rows and rows of houses that stretch for miles and has a lot of cute cafes, pubs, restaurants and shops which reminds me of North Hobart a bit. Everyone has been lovely and have had some great ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services