Ryder Street Chambers Serviced Apartments
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... than this Bear and the Cleveland Arms and The Mad Bishop are two other amazing places to enjoy your favourite pints. The area of Paddington which is closely located to the Westbourne is full of life including vivacious bars and pubs. So, you just have to walk in there and select any random place you feel like sitting.
The Porchester Hall
It is an immensely grand building ...
... I had visited it a few years back, but we only had access to the basement. This time the doors to the cathedral itself were open, because people were preparing for a service. It was breath-takingly beautiful. The stainglass windows alone left me awestruck, but the thought that this was built by hand and preserved so well is unbelievable. I recommend to anyone to go visit. We saw it at night and I can only imagine that seeing the sun shine ...
... can be easily affordable. If you are on a budget trip or a back packing trip, one of the best options for you to choose your hotel from is amongst the hotels near Osterley tube Station as there are many hotels in Osterley which is easy on the pocket, luxurious as well as located at a perfect location which is close to many famous tourist attractions of the city.
Osterley is one of the districts of the city which is not very populated and is located in ...
... watch the final Outlander episode and eat vegetable and fruit salad in deference to her Weight Watchers diet (we did cheat and have ice cream though... oh and a whole bottle of wine each..)
We then headed into Bermondsey road afterwards for a drink before hitting BK and heading home.
What a semi-healthy day...
... pub culture, and local London beer. On our walk back to the hostel, we passed by a park just next to Westminster. Inside of the park was an incredible installation. Called Artangel, this installation was designed by Japanese artist Ryoji Ikeda. It is basically a series of black blocks arranged in a square pattern, each containing a high powered flood light. These lamps shine a beam of line hundreds of feet into the air, giving the impression of a beam of light descending from ...