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- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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When we arrived in London, we took the tube to Bayswater. The thing I didn't realise about the Underground is that it's only underground in the centre of the city. For most of the journey, we were travelling overground - which was a bit disappointing. After checking into the Cleveland Hotel, we walked through Kensington Gardens. I saw some crows …
... short some people are...most noticeably, me. These waxy people towered above me! We then went for lunch at a really nice pub that had lots of vegetarian options which was awesome. And we had a cider and talked about not coming home. (Both of us want to stay put). And I went her way home...which is the complete opposite to me. I live east, she is three stops from Heathrow. But I took her home, stayed on the train and went all the way to Terminal 5. I did actually promise ...
With (big) apologies to A.A. Milne
They're changing guard at Buckingham Palace -
Christopher Stuart went down with Ali
Yana and Ian came along too.
"Let's tour the Palace for a birthday treat,"
Today we met Yana and Chris on the station at Earl's Court and caught the tube to Hyde Park Corner. We walked ...
... were hectic but went quickly. Then I got lucky and got some days at a much better school in North London. Which although had high expectations, I felt supported and valued. Stace had to work pretty hard as she was supporting a couple of very difficult students with behavior issues. One year 6 boy she had ever afternoon had apparently punched and kicked teachers before, so she had to be on her game.
We are went out for a great dinner with some crew ...
so of our last two weeks in Tulum, a great little town with Mayan ruins
on the nearby beach, at which the water is as stunning as any we've
seen on the trip, an almost glowing aquamarine. Like Belize we were also
attracted by the diving, this time in cenotes which are basically
underground cave entrances, often used by the Mayans, which link to form
one of the worlds biggest cave networks. We did five dives here
with Julia our great divemaster, ...