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... to Paddington Green, across Paddington Basin. One also passes the Royal Exchange in this walk which is a little less than a mile each way. If one desires to leg it a longer distance, walking to Primrose Hill is an option. The walk till there and back to the Shaftesbury suites covers around four miles. The benefit of this ...
... this be London’s most famous department store? We certainly think so which is amazing considering that when it first opened in 1849 it was just a grocery store! Now an iconic piece of London’s history, many tourists consider it a must-visit venue and even look to stay in a hotel near Harrods visit at Park Grand London Hyde Park. Taking up over 4 acres in London’s fashionable Knightsbridge district, this store offers ...
... all we had to do was take the Bakerloo Line and change at Waterloo to country trains. The nearest stop to Home Farm House is Claygate and it is a nice 25 minute walk from there. We headed off on the Bakerloo train and arrived at Waterloo Station, this is where our plans faltered. When we arrived we were told that today there were no northern trains due to track-work: “You should have known this as it has been advertised for over 12 ...
... friends she's caught up with, she's so bubbly and full of energy she has me talking more than I normally would. Briefly alighting at westminster we turn around and get back on the train, I recommend Camden Coffee house, I talk it up so much, I make sure to stress the point it will only be amazing if the hippie makes it, the hippie with the angel eyes. For the first time I get a dine in double 'cino, it's served in a gigantic cup, it's huge, luckily Victoria thinks her coffee is ...
... the city of london through fleet street, found drury lane in the theatre district, and walked back to the hotel stopping off for devonshire afternoon tea. Walked to wahaca, a mexican place at the top of tottenham court rd for dinner, which was delicious. Much sweating occurred due to ...