LSE Northumberland House
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... rooms are spacious and well-equipped with the best facilities. You can also get support from the event management team. If you are a leisure traveler then you can make your sightseeing comfortable as the hotel offers proximity to the major attractions in the city. So if you want to enjoy and explore the city then you can stay at the London Premier Notting Hill.
... the day had to be copied and sorted by coaches, so I helped Tom and Erica do that and then distributed it to the admins who were in charge of coaches.
Hiccup #2 was that some teachers were late arriving to the meeting points in Chapel Quad to be sorted into coach assignments. I was left standing alone holding up my "Bus A" sign for a good fifteen minutes until my classes finally showed up.
Hiccup #3 was that every single kid ...
... World Cup at the same time, so it was interesting watching the Germans’ reactions as they watched the game haha. Phil got bored with the football pretty quickly so he went downstairs into the bar and made some friends who were keen to drink with him haha.
On our last day, we all just had a ‘do your own thing’ sort of day. Rach and I were keen to check out the Portobello Road markets, Phil went to visit his friend who he had known ...
... sleeve thermal and gortex should b ok once moving. Past the numerous colourful beach huts on the cliff top, then the Pier and the haunted house and then farewell to Westward Ho! as we headed into the gorse along the cliff face. We climbed up and down, keeping close to the cliff top, passing many named cliff tops..Abbotsham Cliff, Green Cliff, Babbacombe Cliff, then down to the beach itself at Babbacombe Mouth and across the large rounded Stoney beach before up stairs on ...
... to get up and walk to his head. He grabbed his head, picked it up right off the floor and jumped onto his horse. Right before he rode off, he reminded me that to keep my word I shall meet him at his home, the Green Chapel. Knowing that I had to stick to my word, I still laughed at what I had just experienced. I had experienced courage then I was scared, now I know I have to go on this journey. ...