The Waterloo Hotel
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... smaller and never show other characters in the shot. Very cool. We also had some butterbeer which was delicious. Although we didn't want to, it was finally time to go. The end of our tour we got to see the model of Hogwarts that they used for all of the large shots. It is amazing! So detailed and just huge. Once dropped back off we walked to our hotel, stopping for some pizza downstairs for supper. Then after a long and magical day, it was time for ...
... and the longest-occupied palace in Europe, but it also remains a functioning royal home. The original castle was built in the 11th century and has a long association with British royality and is the weekend home to Queen Elizabeth when she has no official duties.
A handful of rooms in the modern State Apartments reflect ...
... ridiculous, disjointed, LSD ridden stage show I had ever seen. We were very close to just walking out at half time...
Luckily we stayed till the end and got to enjoy a very rousing 'Memories' track which almost made the whole thing worth the horror.
We found out two days later that the stageshow is actually a collection of poems about Cats. That sort of makes it a bit clearer.... anyway- never again.
... I have no idea what cause me to feel sick but I have a lot of guesses. One is possibly the tap water I'm using in my tea every morning in the kettle. There's a lot of chlorine in the water and my theory is that my stomach might just not be used to it. Then again maybe it was the risotto balls.
Anyway I was ready to sleep it off as I also had a headache so not a good combination.
Luckily I woke up feeling much better the next morning ..
... few days of training. There were over 200 teachers from all over the world there.
The way that the conference was advertised, they stated that it was "right outside London" and it seemed that we could just hop on the underground and cruise around London every night. Welp, that was not the case AT ALL. This conference was held at a boarding high school (which in London they call "College") and it was over in hour away ...