Royal Chace Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... from the bus, as well as a bunch of well known buildings. Was really interesting. We were out all day. It was beautiful weather; quite warm and almost always sunny. I actually have found myself with a sun burn. Oops. Headed back to the hostel and are taking some time before we go and get some thing for dinner. Probably going with the people we've been with ...
... middle ropes course and circus skills activities.
Jeremy also took us on a tour of the White House (the manor house of Gilwell Park), the Gilwell Park grounds and showed us many of the historic places with respect to scouting. It was great to see where scouting was developed and to get a better idea of where many of the traditions have come from. It was a very busy two days, but something we hope that Em will never forget.
... But it kind of makes sense. There’s another waiting area inside, but there are no bathrooms or water available, and you can’t bring liquids through this checkpoint. I’d like to wait until as late as possible to go through, but there seems to be a mad rush and I notice on my ticket that the gate “closes” an hour before takeoff. I don’t want to get stuck, so I head on in.
So I slam the bottle of ...
After work on Thursday I allowed my brother to drag me to Primark late night shopping on Oxford Street. For Primark it actually wasn't too bad- apparently you could actually get into the fitting rooms... shock upon shock.
I think the hardest thing was trying to put a stop to Laurence's overboard behaviour... he was actually trying to ...
... minute walk between the two. Westminster Abbey had wonderful stained glass. We could not stay there very long regrettably because the bus was going to pick us up around the back of it. Though the guide did tell us that Martin Luther King Jr. had a statue built of him on the side of Westminster Abbey to commemorate his life's work. I did not know that.
On the bus we passed a few things but we passed so many, ...