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- Concierge desk
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Breakfast Available
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It's been a very long day. We took the train into the city, had a wonderful dinner, giving us just a tiny taste of London. Can't wait to come back for more next week. PS. We are cranky when we're jet lagged <b>THE TOP FIVE THINGS WE LEARNED AND LOVED ABOUT LONDON TODAY</b> 1) Londoners seem very polite. "Please mind the gap" has now been added to our ...
... to the top bell room. What a view from all sides and how lovely inside too with the massive bells. Big Ben is 13 1/2 tons. The other bells are chime bells and all smaller but still nothing one could have in your home! We get ear plugs to put in and a few words on the bells and told where to watch as the chimes start in a couple of minutes. The guides count down for us and we hear the grinding of the mechanism start and see the first bell ...
Waaaah! People with their flippin' trolley dolly wheeled cases.. I really don't like Heathrow.
I only have 3-4hours to kill before my US flight takes off, and I spend most of it wandering backwards and forwards in the terminal. I hate to sit for hours before ...
... nice looking building which appeared to be a hotel. What interested me the most about this hotel though was the amazing cars sitting outside it. I am a boy after all! An Aston Martin DB9 in black and a Bentley Continental GT in navy posed together like the perfect couple. I must say, the cars around this area of London were stunning, definitely a good portrayal of wealth in the area. Not long after Marisa signaled to turn right and we were standing on her doorstep on ...
... have absolutely no idea what and of this says...****". One of the people working there clearly noticed my open mouth wide eyed confused stare at the menu and asked if I needed help. Good thing he did because I probably would have just continued to stare at the words. I asked him what was good, he asked if I liked chicken, I said yes and he said , "go sit down". Alright easy enough now I was just praying he brings something my verge of vomiting self can handle. A few ...