St. James's Hotel and Club
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- Airport Transportation
- Adjoining Rooms
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
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... a while to get the right train, because it was difficult to make out the announcements that were telling us that the trains weren't running that far this weekend. Eventually we heard the instruction to go only as far as Earls Court and change. When we did that, and got to the right platform, there was a beleagured station attendant who was alternately making announcements and dealing personally with a horde of tourists and old people who were very confused about how they were to get to ...
... bad storms and most were weak from sea sickness. They were cold, wet and tired.
About the aerial bombing boo boo: he said that the bombers were instructed to site their target, wait a few seconds and then hit their button. The leaders didn't want them undershooting, because they didn't want crater holes on the beach itself, because then the trucks couldn't unload supplies. One more contributing factor, with the weather, as to why the guns weren't taken out and ...
When we got back to the hotel and took just a little break, we somehow convinced ourselves that we had enough time to swing by King's Cross Station to get a Platform 9 and 3/4 shot. Get in the Harry Potter mindset pre-tour. For those that are not fans, this is the magical platform that Harry takes to get to school each year (yeah... if you're not a Harry Potter nerd, you may want to skip the rest of this post). It's ...
... Party at O'Neill's, the church pub in Muswell Hill. It was a good ending to the last day of class. Eating, laughing, and enjoying one of our last night together.
Thursday was my last volunteering at the school. The kids had a Christmas concert and made me a card. Then there was a group dinner organized by Phil. All 44 students and 2 professors. It was so much fun. We took the time to visit and say goodbyes. We ...
... trot by – we don’t know what the occasion was.
Time to move on, we had some lunch and then set off with much delight to Hamley’s.
The kids had a great time at Hamley's, as you would expect. We split up went searching for just the right toy to spend their life savings on. Marni thankfully decided not to pursue the 3 foot high horse and doll set, and settled on a Mother and Baby Barbie set, a Toothless soft toy (cute!) ...