The Waterloo Hotel
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... 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 ...
... middle, rhododendrons, azaleas, more roses, enormous old trees of all kinds. Plus, afternoon tea with bakewell tart on the terrace of the Orangery before heading back to the hotel. When we got back to London it was still a lovely day, so we stopped into Marks & Spencer's M&S Food, which has a dizzying variety of single-serving, ready to eat, everything you would ever
want for a picnic. Peta and I got salads, ...
... are completed, and fill in gaps left by governmental and non-governmental agencies in clean-up, community recovery and reconstruction projects.
Currently, All Hands is involved with two projects in the Philippines: Project Bohol (2013 earthquake relief work) and Project Leyte (2013 Typhoon Haiyan).
On Friday, November 8, 2013 one of the strongest typhoons on ...
... 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 ...
... 3 or 4 glasses of wine, I perhaps would have started dancing cheek to cheek in the aisle, not missing a step.
During intermission, the audience was treated to an open cash bar, souvenir trolleys and a chance to freshen up. Of course loving the production, I ensured my souvenir magnet was purchased.
After the show, all I could hear was a chorus of satisfied commentary while leaving the ...