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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Conference facilities
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... 160;When we got to Harrod's Steph couldn't go in because she was toting her luggage and no bags are allowed. We could have checked it for a mere £10 (non-refundable!), but I volunteered to stay outside (since I don't care to windowshop that much anyway). Thankfully there was a busker (magician/comedian) right outside the door so I was entertained the whole time. I was laughing out loud at his jokes, many of which would be considered a little ...
... an area called Hampstead. We walked around a little and got ice cream (Londoners LOVE ice cream….) and then went to this bar with a big patio/garden and had a few drinks. It was fun to talk to people from Europe who travel so much because they can. Laure had also lived in Russia for a while, which was really interesting to hear about. Oh and Londoners also LOVE cider! Every bar has at least one cider on tap, so I drank a lot of cider these past few weeks. My favorite was ...
... of irrelevant facts and law related to such facts. Took the time to track some orders on Amazon that have been pending (new books for the office library).
Thursday – June 18th
I spent the morning 10:00 until about 11:30 answering a series of email inquiries that had been forwarded to me. Although the majority of new clients are accepted via the call centre there are a significant number of inquiries that come in via email. It’s a process sorting ...
... Then we hopped on a bus to get back to Victoria and we saw this super awesome sculpture in the middle of the Marble Arch off Oxford Street! Its a giant horses head but it looks like its floating and eating off the ground. Its incredible! Then we caught the train from Victoria Station back to Croyden and then the tram to Gravel Hill where Jono picked us up. We then had dinner and Ronnie, Abi, Jos and I went out the back of the property to ...
... what I described above would be a deal breaker. As in, why in your right mind would you (would anyone) ever chose to pursue a career whereby you had to put up with such bullocks? And I 110% understand the thought process behind such a question. I think the underlying answer is you shouldn't have to. Though when the Science teacher takes a (numero) mental health days, who's going to cover his classes?
In doing so and stepping up to the role of a ...