WooGo -Piccadilly Apartments
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... We went down to the parade and hopped around bars (the weirdest thing...) all day, and it was SO much fun. There weren't many pictures from the day, I think we were too caught up in the excitement and craziness (: (:
Mom and Gramsie got here EARLY Friday morning and I showed them around campus for a few hours (Mom and I were almost attacked by one of the swans in the pond). Saturday we packed up and headed to London, England!! A city I had ...
... the first two and a half days of the week, and the other subject for the latter half of the week. I started my time here with the infectious diseases subject, and was immediately completely out of my depth with the computer programming and mathematical equations that I encountered. It was quite funny really, every time there was a computer prac the tutors would come around the class, look over my shoulder at my work and subtly shake their heads. It became ...
I like to think of London as a bag of Allens lollies - Full of colours, in assorted shapes and sizes, some you love and some you hate. London is big, busy, loud, bright and on the whole, dreary. London is also intriguing depending on what you manage to find yourself doing. With out limited time in London Town I gave mum a whistle stop tour of about 1/16th of ...
... possessions, the bill of sale for Buckingham House, personal letters and even HRN The Prince of Wales's Paten. My favourite was a letter from Princess Elizabeth to her parents written in memorial to her parents coronation day. Here an 11 year old Princess writes how beautiful everyone looked, how the Abbey glowed in her opinion, and how she and Granny (Queen Mary) looked through all the pages of the program to see how much longer there was left to ...
... in the fields, but I defy anyone to identify a crop when you're passing it at 160 kilometres per hour. We think we saw wheat, corn and potatoes. But the train won’t stop and back up to let us have a good look. We arrived at St Pancras station to find our friend Joan waiting for us with a minicab. Greg was ecstatic to see her and for once we could delegate navigation to an expert. Given our experience in Paris if could have been a long ...
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