West Cromwell Hotel
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And close to everything - but look out for any specials. And get an Oyster card!
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... After walking around Olympic park and hanging in the Fanzone for a while, we went to our randomly assigned seats and walked to midfield in the 10th row or so. Awesome seats and great weather! The sea of Irish green dominated the stadium, and after a rousing anthem, a defensive battle was upon us. Lots of Irish pressure, Italian ...
... to city of Westminster ), over tower bridge etc Had lunch/dinner at 4pm so that we could walk back to hotel and get ready for trip to West End where I had booked the musical of Carole King's story. That was fabulous. Taxi home then pack for trip home Have bought a hand scale to check weight against all the GC clothes etc that Sue had ...
... but so worth the view and experience. By the time I hit the bottom Jet Lag was starting to hit me and I was getting very tired. Had organised to meet Bridge on platform 1 and 5.30. So made my way back to the tube and headed in the directions that someone had given me, this was also where I stood on the left on the esculator - Stand on the right always, as the twenty signs before me had said. One kind gentleman said you better come over here you need to stand ...
... used what we learned in the seminar in the courtroom. I felt like the most important aspect of handling a psychologically fragile individual in a court-room setting was making it very apparent to the court that the situation was unique and that the individual involved suffered from peculiar and detrimental circumstances that demanded being taken into account.
Thursday – June 11th
First thing in the morning I emailed the printer I had arranged to ...
... Station. Got to Piccadilly. Train absolutely packed and Piccadilly packed too. Met up with Jane as we were having lunch. Walked along Jermyn St where the boys bought some clothes for themselves and Jane bought shirts for her boys. We went into Fortnum and Mason where I bought some earrings. We got back quite tired but went to a local Italian restaurant for a really nice dinner. To be dust after 10pm. Princess Kate had a daughter today and London ...