Guilford House Hotel
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... weren't sure what we were looking at (and still aren't completely sure), but we saw a few guards, and a couple were on horses. They are very serious looking blokes! We think it was something to do with the mounted guards. We walked a bit further past Downing Street and number 10, through Trafalgar Square and saw Westminster Abbey and Parliament House with Big Ben. That was very cool, as it is such an iconic London landmark. It made it all seem very real for some reason. ...
... in the recent past and present. Above all, London is a hub of timeless historical heritage. This is the seat for National Museums, Royal Palaces and also World famous art galleries. The place houses the oldest banks and is also famous as it is the seat of the spectacular Victorian Architecture. Once you visit this city, you will automatically be captivated by the romance and rich British cult. The place is the seat of the picture perfect palaces ...
... Champagne like Bollinger’s Vieilles Vignes Franšaises.
A Grand Cru blanc de blanc
This term is the opposite of Blanc de noirs and means "white from whites" as it describes Champagnes made from C******nay grapes alone.
The famous and much loved Pink Champagnes are produced by adding a ...
... set off the chirpy mood of the city with which it decks up for offering every traveler with fun-filled moments. In summers, the parks would be the most apt choice for those who prefer spending some of their times peacefully amidst nature. London summers are not at all terrible. The definition of summer is pretty different from what it is in your native land. There is no sweating or wiping up the heavy sweat which the scorching sun brings ...
... We've harvested the first batch of Blackcurrants and the bushes are still filled with many more waiting to ripen. Runner beans have been a problem this year, not sure what's happening but think it's flying bugs eating the leaves that are causing the problem. That said, they have now began to thrive. No such problem for the Broad Beans, these are powering away and bearing good crops already. Pak Choi has also gone mad along with Courgettes which we seem to have a glut ...