Travelodge Croydon Central Hotel
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... fields. The rape flowers (unfortunate name) are everywhere at the moment and look amazing in large fields. We went to the Mad Mile then to check out these flower fields. Jono took this awesome photo of 4 of us all taking pictures of the flowers in the fields. Perfectly sums up our holiday! Then Ron and I went for a walk through the flowers to take some more pictures. Then we crossed the road and walked through the park and the boys played some soccer while Ron and ...
... were running a bit later than we would have liked. We arrived at work 5 minutes before we started, so plenty of time to muck around!
We had a few PowerPoints briefly going over law and infection control procedures, but nothing as bad as yesterday's death by PowerPoint! We got given a mountain of paperwork, including a whole heap of policies and our Clinical Practice Guidelines. The pocket book looks ok, but the main book ...
It is interesting how you can become quite
friendly with some people in Dublin although most unintentionally. I am the
lonely type of person who likes to keeps to himself most of the time, which is
one of the reasons I like to travel solo. However, in Dublin, I just could not
save the virginity of my lonely image as I became extremely friendly with a
group of people to the extent that I could even call them Anam Cara which means
... that Queen Elizabeth II wears. Cullinan III and IV are known affectionately within the royal family as "the chips." Those are some chips! Many of the other crowns on display also had an unbelievable number of diamonds on them. It was just an unbelievable thing to see. I couldn't take photos of the jewels, so the images of the scepter and the Imperial State Crown are from the interwebs. In addition to all these beauties, I also got to see the robe that ...
... name pattern when viewed from a distance – absolutely incredible. The designer of this memorial certainly needs to be praised for ingenuity and design. Can you imagine the research hours that would have been needed to collate the town names, then the time taken to hand inscribe these names. We spent quite a time delighting at finding town names that meant something to us. If you are ever in London, a visit to see this Memorial in the Duke of ...