Cheval Phoenix House
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... eager to sample this truly stunning stay. Marrakesh is a city that truly offers it all – a rich and fascinating heritage, a veritable wealth of amazing and unusual things to do, a host of some of the most luxurious stays on the planet, some gorgeous surrounding scenery and so much more. Be sure to make the most of your getaway by imbuing your holiday to Morocco with the requisite style and panache.
... hotel, as it's only a few doors down from the hotel. I was warmly greeted, and seated at the same table I occupied on my last visit. After a fine Italian meal, some wine and coffee, I was feeling so much better.
2015 Sept. 5 - Saturday
After my long, tiring and expensive day at Bletchley Park, I wasn't looking forward to repeating that experience with a trip to IWM Duxford (which would be even more tiring and expensive). I had planned for an open ...
... July 18. Spent a lovely day with Laura. We met at the tube station near her house and walked to the Portobello Market nearby. A very busy street market, where we bought a summer dress for Charlotte, and a few other small items. We then used the Tube and walking to get to Camden Dock, situated on the Regent Canal, where we all had a fantastic lunch at the food market, French salad, meat and baguette for us and Nachos for Laura. For dessert we had delicious treats from the gluten ...
... bags. We came to the conclusion that we should send a package home containing the items we don't need during our tour such as the Lion King blanket, my Harrods bear and our hat pins and brochures/tickets from all our London adventures. Fortunately we have a post office just around the corner.
We spent the rest of the afternoon relaxing around Earls Court and our hotel (and catching up on some photos and blog!)
... which looks like a bed with springs, a sliding carriage, ropes and pulleys – allowing for full range of motion and various levels of resistance.
Our instructor, Tyson, led us through an intense combination of exercises based on the 'isolate, fatigue, stretch' principle for total muscle fatigue and a full body workout. By the end of ...