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... the present then there is no reason for us to question. So if your heart centers are not already open they will be now. Be aware that down all paths there may be some prickly times and know this is all normal. Keeping us grounded and allowing a space for the lessons to flow. As we have all decided to come back in the physical world these moments will occur. Take the opportunity to say thank you for showing me these lessons and now I let you go. As ...
... building in Whitehall. We arrived and as one would expect, we had to line up, this time for about 45 minutes. One of the guys on the door said he could not remember waiting lines to be so long. This is the actual site of the underground British Government Command Centre that operated during the Second World War, under the control of the Prime Minister at the time, Winston Churchill.
These rooms were used throughout the war and were abandoned at the time the ...
... shoe repairs, key cutting and much more. Some of these are Accessorize, cards Galore, Hotel Chocolat, Ladbrokes, Monsoon, Paddington Beer, Vodafone, the Savanna and many more.
In the fields of health and beauty, Paddington station offers pharmacy and prescription, opticians, fitness, health and beauty services. These include Boots, the Body Shop and Medi Centre.
... things that are different and they are the ones that are most frustrating. All English schools are in a constant state of lockdown for the entire day. Nobody gets in or out unless it is through the front door. They don't know what the words 'dismissal' or 'recess' are, instead the students just have break and they go home. They get school dinners and when they are at lunch the dinner ladies and the teacher's aides supervise. Lunch can often be over an hour ...
... Ice skating rinks - Museum of modern art Plus many more which I am failing to remember at this point! From becoming a regular user of 'The Tube' or 'Underground' I would have to say my favourite aspect of London so far is making the steep journey back up to ground level and not knowing what you're going to see - every single time the view was amazing! Defiantly need to make note of the best tour guide for making my first day in London so great!! Thanks Dave! Next stop: ...