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... and sightsee when on a bus, in a car or a train.
Some of the main transport facilities that tourists to the city can make use of are....
Rail Network: The rail network service is available for use through the Light and Heavy rail services and the Metro. Of these the Metro services include the London Tube and the Light
Rail services consist of trams and the Docklands Light railway network.
... price range but it is such an amazing experience just looking at all the fancy pants stuff. My favourite part of Harrods is the food hall areas - Carlie would love it!! So many types of foods - meat, poultry & seafood, fruit & vegetables, cakes, pastries, one whole hall dedicated to chocolate!! Everything from huge sized prawns the size of small lobsters, expensive jars of caviar ($3000/50g), ...
... 3. Cimbalino's- three mushroom, feta, balsamic, egg on toast. 4. Outram street cafe - Chicken, roast vegetable wrap, pumpkin. 5. Grill'd- Burger. 6. Pizza Lounge - "Train Smash" olives, pineapple, pepperoni, cheese, tomato, ham. 7. Il Lido - lamb 8. Chez Frederic - seafood risotto 9. John Street Cafe - eggs Benedict. 10. Shark bay aquarium. Top five wines; 1. The yard, cab sav, Larry Cherubino 2011. 2. Hen ...
... get the history, stories and inside tips on the origin and history of the Jewels, was fantastic, and a highlight to start our holiday in the UK.
At the Tower, spreading out throughout the moat land surrounding the Tower Complex, there is a connstruction project happening of a massive work of Art. As the Brits are about to celebrate the100th anniversary of the First World War, the art project, comprising of a field of over 800,000 Red Poppies, is to ...
... They were followed moments later by an AWAC and three Typhoons and three Tornados. Thrilling stuff for someone who comes from a country whose Fighter Arm of its Air Force consists of Biggle's Sopwith Camel and Peter Jackson's Foker Tri plane. The sight of the Lancaster Bomber and Spitfires was a genuine thrill. My eyes leaked a bit for a moment or two until I was was able to summon some manly thoughts about Rugby.. Jo and I walked back to the hotel where we ...