The Kensington Hotel
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spent a bit of time trying to locate each other in the station.
Having found each other, we set off down to the Thames River
to experience the sights of London. London is filled with history and
historical buildings and the streets were jammed with tourists from all over
the world even though it is not currently the tourist season. The traffic is
chaotic and the noise is constant but I guess it all adds to the ...
... sandwich at Pret a Manger (nostalgic memories of popping out for lunch from the office in working days) we spent a few hours at the Design Museum (again Matthew's choice) where there was an exhibition on Time Machines by architect and industrial designer Daniel Weil where Matthew snapped lots of sketches and designs again. But our favourite was the floor of 2014 Designs of the Year in various categories - inc fashion, ...
As per usual, we were up at the crack of dawn this morning. So many places to do, things to see and just not enough time. But. we are already planning a return trip to the UK and places beyond based on what we decide at the end of this ten country journey. This morning we caught the tube over to the Tower of London to experience it first hand. Entrance fees are £22 per person which is roughly $40 CAD. But, well worth the ...
... because we certainly were walkers! Walker's was built in 1694 and was originally an Irish bank.... so probably it could have been frequented by William III as he changed up his Euros for overseas escapades with Mary II? Lunch was excellent.....pie and mash for Bob and a bowl of gruel for Jan. Refreshed we again ventured out into the "grey" of London....and headed to Downing Street. Of course, you can't get anywhere near No. 10 ....the place is guarded ...
... I say goodbye to people I have grown fond of, and leave my students in the hands of a new teacher. (It is always tough, I don't know how primary teachers do it!). You spend a lot of time with them, helping them learn and grow. If I was staying in London, I would definitely want to keep working at South Hampstead, and they basically told me they wouldn't have me working anywhere else. (There was a post, but it came up in January, when I was still in my I hate London phase). Part of ...