Black Lion Guesthouse
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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... Unfortunately, it started to get quite packed and busy thereafter, and we were quickly sardined in amongst every other tourist in London. Our view was okay, but we were standing right beside a family that had a "unique" body odour...which made for a long wait. Things started to get interesting around 11:15, as guards paraded into the palace grounds, with a band to announce their entrance. This continued with another group of guards, until everyone had assembled ...
... a degree of privacy and have limited the number of tours during the year.
The Palace is used for a wide range of state occasions and the Queen’s garden parties to which many people are invited each summer.
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... area one evening when there were so many people wandering, merry-making and busking out on the crowded streets that it was hard to find anywhere to sit down and rest. There is such a contrast between the many layers and styles of the buildings throughout the vast city (spanning almost a thousand years of history) and the bold new architecture which is ...
... and slightly spicy sweet chili sauce. I think England has the best selection of ethnic food restaurants of any country I've seen. The Indian food here is wonderful, also, so we're going to the local Indian restaurant very soon!
On Friday, Justin and Lorraine Robinson drove down from Cambridge to spend the weekend with us. We met Justin and Lorraine on the Epic transatlantic cruise last October, and they are just ...
... Israel and cannot vote. Since technically, the Arabs control the West Bank, I don't think it is the same as our illegal immigrant situation. There is another growing problem in Jerusalem - the Orthodox Jews. This group makes up about thirty percent of the Jews in Jerusalem. They believe that their function is to study Judaism. They do not work, enlist in the military, or pay taxes. They are subsidized by the Israeli government. The problem is that this group ...