Sundridge Park Manor
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... after 10pm and we walked to the Temple Underground station and caught our train home - and were in bed by 11pm.
Sunday morning we caught a taxi to the Victoria Coach station and set off by bus to the Warner Brothers Harry Potter museum. The trip took an hour and we had to wait for the ticket box to open at 9.30. We had our tickets and then had to wait in a queue until the museum opened at 10 o’clock. By this time there was a ...
... are also no exams, there are two papers and a presentation, which is helpful because I feel like I'm better able to represent my knowledge in papers. I think I like the professor, she seems very passionate and has a hands on approach, which I like. My sociology professor was nice too. She was also super passionate about her research. The class itself seems pretty interesting. She seems to have a laid back approach to her exams, and told us that ...
... perfect fodder for your luxury London stay.
The rooms at
this exceptionally stunning stay make for a heavenly hub of contemporary cool.
If you’re looking for a hotel that will surely impress you at absolutely every
aspect of your stay this is the pick for you. An inherently stylish stay – this
fabulous find boasts an impressive design and ...
... state today. It was built by Sir John de Pulteny, who found favor in high places by providing food for the King's troops and lending money, most notably to King Edward III for hostilities in France. In 1519, Henry VIII was a guest of the owner at that time, Edward Stafford, 3rd Duke of Buckingham. Even though he spent the equivalent of 1 million pounds on the Kings visit, Henry felt threatened by his claim to the throne, and had him beheaded two years ...
... I slept very well.
Sunday morning, dawned grey, cold, windy and raining...a perfect English summers day.
I had 3 things planned for today, to visit the Chelsea Physic Garden, attend St Paul's Cathedral for a service, and then visit the Geffrye Museum. All things I had not done before.
Caught the bus to Chelsea arriving just before 10am but found it did not open until 11... Poor researching.. Had to be at St ...