The Vicarage Hotel
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... exit. We headed towards the open gate where a railway employee was on duty, hastening people with strollers or bags through the exit. I held my Oyster card out, but did not have time to explain or ask what I should do - I was just carried through with the crowd. As Michael came through, the guard told him he needed to validate his card as he exited, or he could be fined. Later on, Michael recalled reading that if you only validate on exiting, your card gets ...
... the tube system to get to Paddington Station and connect with a train to Windsor. Very nice town with lots of pedestrian only streets. There we walked a short distance to the castle. Unfortunately much of it was closed to the public today. We were able to see St. George's Chapel and walk around the area inside the walls.
Back at the hostel we're just going to have dinner, shower and ...
Our first tourist adventure day in London, which started off by taking the bus to the British History Museum, man this place is big, we only managed to take in the Dinosaur and Human Body exhibitions, then headed for the exit, might pop around again before we leave. Proceeded to show the family where I stayed for some of my time in London, Earls ...
... with him more than other teachers. Sometimes its hard because people try so hard to speak in English but get intimidated that I am a native English speaker so they don’t talk to me as much as others.
Hope everything is going well back home! CONGRATS TO JOE AND LAUREN on their new baby boy Dillon! AHHH you have no idea how much I can’t wait to meet him!!! He is just so precious. I love him too much already!
... us from visiting the museum however the kids, especially Abbey thoroughtly enjoyed her first carousel ride. To think a year ago she wouldn't go in anything that moved.
Watching the open ice rink in the museum grounds was lovely, a quick underground ride and we arrived at the much anticipated Christmas Winter Wonderland.
Abbey chased squirrels, feed birds, ducks & got bitten by a ...