The Bull Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Today! Today was FASHION week in London. Went to a designer clothing sale! Tried some clothes on for fun, I should of expected it but when I walked into the change room it was a bunch of mirrors and half naked people! I guess that's how runway models change infront of everyone! It was a really cool experience! Couldn't get tickets in, but there are tickets avaliable on the 26th, when I'm in Bath. Depressing, I could get into runway shows! Still debating the 2h journey back to London. ...
... we have: 1) Slept in 30 different beds (not including the night flights) 2) Had nine take offs and landings 3) Travelled over 28,000 miles (45,000 kilometres) 4) Travelled by airplane, ferry, speed boat, sailing boat, horse back, quad bike, motorbike, foot, train, bicycle, car, bus, taxi, cable car and kayak 5) Used three different types of dollar (Singapore, Australian and New Zealand) 6) Changed the time on our watches six times 7) Spent far ...
... so no one would be upset by accidentally opening one up!
Then, scalpel in hand we cut from the collar bone to between the pelvis. Only scratching through the skin and trying to keep the body sack intact. That way it would smell less and there would be no guts spilt. Once this score had been done it was time to peel off the skin from around the body. Working a finger in between the skin and sack all the way to the spine until the finger went right through.
... This massive, detailed, incredible building stood before me like nothing I had ever seen. Unfortunately it was covered in scaffolding and protective sheets as there was workers doing the restoration/completion. The Cathedral was originally started 1882 by the famous architect Antoni Gaudi who had big visions and was happy to take his time. When he died in 1926 the cathedral was less than a quarter finished. Construction continued before again ...
... Tim guiding the way) and to busy Borough Markets. Fascinated by the variety of produce, purchased some tasty cheeses and cured meats for lunch with the Falconer-McLeod family tomorrow. then back to Wakelin House to pack for Turkey while Tim prepared dinner .....