Tulsi Croydon Aparthotel
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... concrete in anticipation of filling the void with sand. Then a cover had to be constructed so that it would (a) cover the sandpit when not in use and be strong enough to support foot traffic and (b) be easy enough to pull up to open the sand pit for Sebastian.
... Stock exchange. We couldn't refuse and when you see the picture you'll understand why. For me a white chocolate slice of goodness decorated in what might resemble the Crown Jewels. Rio opted for chocolate lovelies and asked a million questions about the million varieties to the exhausted smiling woman behind the counter. We returned to The London Eye for our final view of the city. I believe The London Eye is the 3rd largest ferris wheel in the ...
... So now we've started our last week of training, and there's still a lot to learn, and no uniforms in sight (some things are the same all over the world)! Will is looking forward to getting out on road next week, and I am not looking forward to doing two weeks of driving starting next week... Hopefully London drivers are kind! We're still waiting on our rosters, but I'm keen to book us a trip somewhere. I found £40 return flights to Barcelona, so that might be first on our list!
... was called we walked past the bedroom under the cupboard and into a cinema room where we watched all 8 films in 5 minutes. The curtains raised and we found ourselves staring at the doors to the Great Hall!
There are two sound stages at the studios and a backlot.
Sound stage 1
You'll find the Great Hall, which was set for Christmas dinner
Sets for common rooms, Hagrid's hut, the Weasley's kitchen, Dumbledore's office, props of every kind, the Ministry of ...
... things to see and train/bus stops are just a short walk away. There is a TV room, library, and dining area which are all communal to give people traveling alone a way to meet others. Breakfast is lively as we sit at long tables and get to know one another. Some are Quakers but many have just heard about Penn Club and stay here for the value. Other hotels in the area are 2-3 times as expensive!
Sunday we begin as ...