Rose and Crown Stoke Newington
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... you deserve.
the Boss: The hotel’s GM or resident manager should
be out in the lobby, greeting guests, talking to staff, and actively managing –
not hiding in an office far away from the action. Guests who know that the
manager is approachable and easy to find will feel secure and well cared for;
it shows that the staff members are a cohesive team with an engaged and
is Everything: ...
... any screening or checks. There, relics from around the world are housed – it’s like a who’s who of stolen goods from countries England has conquered over the years.
As you recall, I recently visited Athens and climbed to the top of the Acropolis where the Parthenon is located. There’s very little signage there, but one of the few tells the tale of the British Lord Elgin. While the Greeks were ruled by the Turks in the Ottoman Empire ...
... terrace. We were the first ones there and enjoyed the outdoor dining in the cool breezes and quiet surroundings. We had a local waiter, who had finished his first year of medical school. He spoke very good English. Betsy, Leslie and I shared a grilled John Dory fish, which was shown to us before it was cooked (part of the menu decision process). We all enjoyed a special fig dessert. After dinner, we strolled around town before retiring. There were lots of tourists in town because ...
... bags and was a reasonable walk there and back, so we decided to take the easy way out. The driver was just great and very obliging. When we go there, he parked in the street along side it, I got out and took my photos and he even took one with us in. Then it was off to the airport. Total Taxi fare around 19€, cheaper than the bag storage fee. The flight was around 90 mins and was uneventful except for the fact my legs played up. I ...
... afternoon. On Sunday I had to get up early to catch my flight to Eindhoven. It felt a bit weird to leave my mum though. I felt a little bit like I would miss her. Although now I can walk at my own pace and not have to wait for anyone, and live less comfortably but more cheaply and more according to my own budget. But I guess it's always a weird feeling when you're on your own again, especially after spending a long time with just one person all the time. I guess I can ...