Travelodge Brentwood East Horndon
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crack house discusting toilets used tampons on ceiling and used condoms in bath,dont stay here!
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... in a room downstairs, listed things we aren't taking on eBay, and washed everything else. (Which includes putting Edd's tools in the dishwasher and scrubbing the bottoms of our shoes with steel wool). Where there is a will, there is a way.
We're starting to get quite excited as our leaving date looms ever closer... We have our engagement and leaving party this Saturday, Edd finishes working next ...
... so heavy and it was different from a softball bat. After that we put it all together and played a few minutes of a game. It was so fun, except when I was up to bat I started running and dropped my bat like a softball game. In cricket you hold your bat the entire time. Oops. After we played cricket we got to take a tour of the Lord's stadium. This was a very historic and traditional stadium that was so beautiful. The tour guide took us around and filled us with so many ...
... refrain herself from singing. Unlike the people sitting behind me. It was a really nice way to end our trip, the singing and music was really good.
We are currently in our hotel room trying to pack our bags before heading home tomorrow. So far we have filled our suitcases plus an extra bag as well, hopefully we rant over the weight limit!
I think we are both ready to head home, I know i'm looking forward to my own bed and a washing machine!!!
We awoke and sorted through the main emails, and as out hotel booking did not include breakfast walked over the road to the Kings Cross Station for breakfast. There are a large number of places there where you can get a good breakfast. We went to one called Giraffe, which is a chain over here, and bother ordered porridge with banana and strawberries and cappuccinos. This was ok and the fruit really added to the porridge.
We decided to buy a ...
... classes in England and how one wrong word can change the opinion of you as a person in society. Living according to the "English rules" may be a little more difficult than I first suspected but I have conformed by habits and mannerisms to try and fit in as best as I can. I have found the English overall to be welcoming and polite, always willing to help. This book has just given me a few guidelines in helping me not be looked down upon as the lowest social class without even knowing it!