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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... I want to see if there is any volunteering I could do within the next month and also take notes on how the Red Cross works over here.
Well, that was my week in a nutshell! Can't believe it is November already. See you all before you know it! Oh and I got my first hot water bottle! All the British have one....its a nice little furry thing that covers a water bottle that's made to hold hot water and you can snuggle with it to keep you warm at night :)
... change in order to get away from the fledgling boy band that had gotten on my train at the last stop/ seemed to be following me in the station (no joke, a BOY BAND wearing crazy outfits who alternated between talking about photo shoots/debut songs while spontaneously bursting out in what I assumed was music).
not sure who you call in a huge place like London I decided to just get on with the day and head off to Kew Gardens. where it ...
... as she had previously struggled with this job when Sam and Harry started at Claremont. A couple of other sewing jobs for me to do including some repairs to Layla's Raymondi doll and some more stuffing for Harry's beloved bear were also on the agenda. Finally all jobs were completed including labels on 12 shirts, a tunic, blazers, sports gear, track suits and cardigans much to Megan's delight. All school clothes ready for their return to ...
... Church toll at five minutes past the hour because Oxford is five minutes west of London (go figure).
While the main street has lots of the expected commercial premises (sadly, as usual, there was a Hungry Jacks, a Nandos and a Macdonalds), the other streets and, most especially the Covered Market, offered a range of independent retailers with the most beautiful leather bags, pastries and cakes, and clothing. It ...
... Seven Dials. The seven streets radiate out from a obelisk type column that has seven faces surrounding the top, each one indicating that street. This area is very trendy, lots of high end and funky shops, cafés, pubs, all with expensive apartments above. We had coffee at Covent Garden market housed in the former train station. Watched a busker do his thing with some kids (hoped he was going to make them disappear there were so many), then stepped into the quiet sanctuary of St. ...