Travelodge Hatfield Central
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... curry and Josh got a burger. While we were there Josh realised he had lost his Oyster card, which was quite disappointing, but obviously we could not find it. After this we caught a train to Leiceister Square to go to a really cool pub that has heaps of stuff in it from an old church. All the seats are from a church and there is a giant tree inside! It was cool but closes about 12-1 so we left and walked home. Josh lost his beanie sometime tonight as well so he wasn't having a great ...
For the first time ever, Santa didn't show up as we awoke on Christmas morning. More tired than excited, we slept in and Bekka had to wake us. Croissants and Pano chocolates for breakfast, before Will and I opened our presents to each other.
... of US-bound planes with sick passengers, it surprised me how little they seemed concerned about the bio-hazard. In any case, they told us not to worry about it; it happens, and as we de-boarded the plan, I noticed a large crew of workers I've never seen before waiting to get on the plane, presumably to thoroughly clean it. American Airlines continues to earn my repeat business.
We hit a minor snag on ...
... of being in a big bustling city.
I must say that the city center is impressive and certainly
challenges your senses to the extreme. After looking around the Thames area, we
walked up to Buckingham palace and on to Hyde Park where we visited Speakers
Corner. Speakers Corner is a true example of “Freedom of Speech”. Here anyone
can take a stool or similar, climb onto it and deliver a point of view on
whatever subject ...
... and craving effects it causes. He also touched on the political and ethical issues surrounding drugs and drug use, all of which was really interesting.
After lunch we split up into two groups to visit the Science and Natural History Museums. I went with Courtney and Josh to the latter. It is an incredible place, the museum building is amazing. The exhibitions were good, but were a ...