St. Athans Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Pets allowed
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... day. Other stallholders sold fake brass items coming from India.
What was surprising were the food stalls with cuisine available from nearly continent including massive pans of Spanish paella, Jamaican jerky, Burmese, German, Polish and Middle Eastern food.
We could hear many language walking down the street: French, Dutch, German, Spanish and others we couldn’t identify. London is an international city.
... hyper modern glass which lets all the visitors to get an amazing view from London. This is amazing and this is new. It has only started from last year and is already creating hype among the tourists who have also included the Shard to their lists containing all the to-be seen tourist attracting destinations. The experience becomes al more exclusive when you will get to see all of these right by standing outside the tall building. This is ...
... br> The next part of the process involved deciding on what to take and buying lots of stuff. Here's a link to my kit list with some pricing (I may or may not have forgotten a couple of things).
As the months passed and another ski season wrapped up, eventually came the time to depart on our epic adventure. On Friday the 27th June I took the train into London to stay ...
... find it. It was a really cool, free exhibition in a small gallery at the town-end of Brick Lane. He had stuck to his normal black and white animal theme, but had expanded on it with 3d spaces, spinning doors with alive and dead versions of each animal. Well worth a visit.
We had seen so much cool stuff on the tour that we didn't get to stop at that we headed back around the same general area but stopped off to take photos of stuff that we couldn't the first ...
... 3 weeks in Turkey yachting. We part ways the ole boys heading into the pub scene while we planned on finishing up. Out the door we go down the road and hit the river. Walking along the Thames we come across a floating bar, yep time for another but didn't meat anyone but did sit outside to enjoy our drinks. Walking on a big rocking boat having drinks half ****** is quite a challenge I tell u. The boat was called the H. S. Hispaniola. Off again this time to our ...