Henry Short Stay Croydon
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... our way through the park and Ron and Jono took heaps of pictures because the Bluebell flowers are out which Ron was very excited about. Ron and Jono got some awesome photos and Ron got one really cool one of me that I like, it was like I was having a photoshoot taken :P We then headed to Weatherspoons pub for lunch. It has been dubbed the official restaurant of my holiday now as it is the go to place to eat. Weatherspoons is a chain and has seperate ...
... using drills. I hope they go over other things a bit though, as there are quite a few new drugs to learn about as well!
We have a few fun days planned, Will is looking forward to the day we get to spend learning how to rescue patients from under trains at the training facility that has a mock underground, but I think for the most part we will be stuck in a classroom for the next three weeks.
Will got to Skype with ...
... to as Europe’s party
capital as it is full of pubs, clubs and locals praising the virtues of the
‘craic’. I visited Whelan’s in Camden Street as it is famous for being the
place to visit for traditional and folk music. Most of Ireland’s folk talent
has performed at this exciting venue at one time or the other. The Village is
another vibrant music venue just a little distance away on Camden Street. I had
a great time at ...
... a few classes together before she left LA for Pennsylvania for work. She met her French hubby Sebastien there, and the two of them transferred their jobs to London, where they've for almost two years. Lissa told me that Open London was going on that weekend - buildings that are not normally open to the public become accessible for the weekend. She had said they wanted to go up the Gherkin building - a skyscraper in the financial district of London and one of ...
... which are guests of the Yeomen of the Guards (the Beefeaters themselves). We joined a group from RAF Legacy. As part of this special group, we were invited into the Yeomen’s Club for a coldie, prior to the Ceremony. The history displayed on the inside walls of this Club is amazing. Our host, Ken, has recently retired after being a Yeoman for about 36 years. The Yeomen live on-site within the Tower, with their family.
As it happened on our way ...