Marlin Apartments Canary Wharf
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... sup>th and 16th January inclusive when it is closed for annual maintenance. The London Eye ticket office opens at 9.30am with the first experience starting at 10am. Closing times vary depending on the season so it is always worth checking ahead if you plan to purchase your ride tickets on the day rather than in advance to avoid disappointment.
The London Eye is very easy to get to via ...
... possibility to comprise them anytime. When you are residing in an inn, you also require ironing your outfits properly and this facility is accessible at the spaces of the hotel rooms in the city. You come to terms with the ease provided to you at the inn when you take pleasure in the advantages of the mood lighting service provided to you. If you enjoy reading and wish to continue this custom, late in the night you can surely get this service. You ...
... and being rushed. These days were few fortunately. The biggest change I would make for a future trip is more time at places. Certainly no one nighters. Even 2 nights in one place effectively only gives you a full day and a bit. I would visit less cities and a few more countryside villages or towns. I am grateful that there has been barely any rain. Plus, the famed UK coldness only hit in the third week. My planning thus far has gone smoothly. No hiccups with ...
... places where the water was being pumped in). The place supplied vats of silica - kind of white, oily feeling stuff- that everyone was putting on their faces and all over. It was kind of messy if you ask me, but it was fun.
The flight to London was pretty nice - about three hours long. It was kind of late when we arrived. We took the express train from Heathrow airport to London, dragging our luggage to and fro (everything had wheels - ...
spent a bit of time trying to locate each other in the station.
Having found each other, we set off down to the Thames River
to experience the sights of London. London is filled with history and
historical buildings and the streets were jammed with tourists from all over
the world even though it is not currently the tourist season. The traffic is
chaotic and the noise is constant but I guess it all adds to the ...