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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... s three mushroom, feta, balsamic, egg on toast.
4. Coffee shop Outram street. Chicken, roast vegetable wrap, pumpkin.
5. Grill'd Burger.
6. Pizza Lounge olives, pineapple, pepperoni, cheese, tomato, ham.
7. Il Lido - lamb
Top five wines;
1. The yard, cab sav, Larry Cherubino 2011.
2. Hen and rabbit, C******nay. Larry Cherubino.
3. Osier, NZ, Pinot noir. Top Ten Experiences;
1. Swimming with Whalesharks, Manta ...
... down to the river and enjoyed the sunshine, yes, you read right, sunshine in England! It exists! Seeing that the park had been freshly mowed, Leandra and I, thought Carpe Diem and began kicking and throwing grass clippings at each other, as mature young adults do. Had fish and chips for lunch. How utterly British darling? We walked back home putting on our best worst English accent, the locals didn't appreciate our sense of humor very much. Who would have thought? My throat ...
... two of my housemates who I was good friends with Daina from Latvia and Marius from Hungary. So it was a very international birthday, even more so since I was spending it in another country. We ate at a restaurant called Henry’s. It was really nice and everyone had a good time.
When we got back to our place, Marius and I had to clean our rooms as they were covered in dust due to us having new windows put in. It was just awesome! But, we managed ...
... The day was done - and what a big day it had been! After a bit later start the next morning, we walked up our high street to Kensington Gardens on another sunny, but cool London day. All the blue sky that we had experienced was in direct contrast to my previous winter visit 23 years earlier where the low, grey cloud had not lifted in the entire 10 days of our visit. We had been blessed with plenty of blue skies, particularly of a morning and only a few ...
... to London Theatre (spelled the British way of course) and based on the first class I think it will be very different and eye opening for me. I have little knowledge or background of any type of theatre and we are going to be reading and seeing a variety of performances in one of the greatest cities for theatre in the world. We have already read the first work, called Hysteria and will be seeing the performance tomorrow ...