Anchor House Hotel
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... 1875, Charbonnel et Walker have provided chocolate for Her Majesty, the Queen and boast of producing a drinking chocolate which is out of this world. They can be found at 28, Old Bond Street, not far from Berkeley Square Gardens.
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... They did this by installing small company shield on these buildings. So some buildings had certain shields, some had others, some had none. So when a fire was raging, a crew might show up to discover that the burning building wasn't contracted to them, then walk away and let it burn. If a large fire was consuming several buildings, the crew would identify the building that was under contract to them, then put out the fire in that building, then watch the ...
... the Kings and Queens England. QE-I, Mary, Mary Q of Scotts, various Henrys, Edwards etc.
We thought we would be in there for about 30 minutes, but it turned out to be closer to 2 hours.
Anyway, finally out, and past Big Ben, and onto the train to the tower and tower bridge- or so we thought. It is a mid-term holiday, and Boris has given free access to children to most attractions in ...
... about its history and elegance. There are a large number of monuments present in the city. A large number of businessmen visit the place to have business discussions. There are many hotels where you can stay and have a luxurious and comfortable lifestyle. There are many ways for moving in the city of London, but airways, waterways, etc. There are many people who travel by the huge ships as there are many luxurious things provided by ...
... owner gives us directions and we are on our way again. This area is very hilly, but the hills are smooth and covered in soft tufts of grass. We make it to our hotel, finally. The b&b building was built in the 1700's as a coach house for the Earl of Pembroke, the big cheese in these parts. The proprietor is a kindly, older gentleman who regales us over a pint on the history of the region. Elizabeth is in heaven. But we have to wake up really early tomorrow so we don't linger too long with ...