The Brent Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... internal suspensions and rang parents. This is what it took to get some kids to listen but in the end it was worth it and I will miss them.
It's strange the life of a teacher. The best ones care for the children and yet still carry on with the business of teaching when the kids leave. They only hope they have done enough to help them shine in the real world. Working at my new school I have come to the realisation that I will always be a good teacher cause I love ...
... in Drama are that hard. I think I wanted to give up on being a teacher that hour. Ironically though it is not the most painful hour of my life I have experienced, just one I would rather have not experienced.
The other difficulty thing about the school is that I am teaching a course I don't understand cause I have never seen what it looks like-I am slowly getting a picture of it now and no one communicates anything to you. Today as I write this, I ...
... I think.
From here I explored the V&A museum. A DJ welcomed you into this museum with the centre circle being utilised as a bar. You could explore the whole museum and they were opening a new artist tonight - although I can't remember who.
My favourite exhibition was the .... They were some really ingenuous ideas for getting a message out. My favourite was the robot graffiti ...
Our goal today was to see as much as possible with our London pass. We made it to the National Gallery, Westminster Abbey, Churchill's war room, the Tower Bridge, a river cruise on the Thames, the Tate museum, Globe Theatre, and the outside of St. Paul's Cathedrall. We finished the night with a walk across Hyde and Kensington Park, a dinner at the Elizabeth Hotel and sky ping with Madeline and ...
We said goodbye and went to find our train, which yet again worked well. Unfortunately this train took a little longer, so we didn't get to Chengdu until about lunchtime. We got a taxi to the hotel, and then caught the metro to the Bookworm for lunch. Chengdu Bookworm is nicer than Beijing - but obviously it has nothing on Suzhou! After lunch, we dropped George off at the hotel, and then went for a wander around the old alleys. They ...