Abbey Lodge Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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An insane two weeks have passed and I now feel I have a spare moment to update everyone on the goings on.
Not 48 hours after my last blog entry, we got 'the call', some of most feared words you hear as a teacher. OFSTED phones in the afternoon and you have about 18 hours to prepare for their arrival. This involved several frantic meetings and a lengthy to-do list of priorities. Number one, in depth lesson plans identifying students and needs. Number two, seating plans with ...
... was our next stop where we explored Westminster Abbey and drank warm coffee to help keep us warm. After, we walked to Buckingham Palace and watched the changing of the guards. We didn't see anything though since the area was overcrowded with many people. Once we had enough, we walked a long way to Piccadilly Circus where we enjoyed another cheap delicious meal at Pret. It was nice to also sit down for a little since we had ...
... we saw where John Lennon & Yoko Ono met, where the Beatles last played together as a band - no.3 Savile Row; and the place the Rolling Stones first auditioned. Something different and an interesting way to spend some time in London. After lunch in Chinatown we dropped into the M&M shop and then went in search of Alien masks - Mahala & Rebekah wanted to wear them at Stonehenge the next day...but there are no Aliens in London so it was not to be....
... and a European Special Area of Conservation. Richmond Park is the home of the stunning Isabella Plantation, Pembroke Lodge and if you like to walk on the wide side of things then watch out for the herds of Red and Fallow deer.
St James’s Park
St James’s Park is the oldest of the parks located around London, hence why so many people travel here time after time, the park homes The Mall and Horse Guards Parade and this is a ...
... we just got back from a lovely day trip to Brighton. We were delayed heading off in the morning as Pudd had to deal with more bad news, this time about his HSBC credit card. He received a message last night by text saying there was a suspicious transaction recorded against it so it had been suspended. He phoned them this morning and there had indeed been a fraudulent transaction against it and so he did have to cancel the card permanently. That was only the start of the ...