The Luxury Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... we have never met before. Before we know it we are being ushered into the dining area where our really large table of approximately 15people and take a seat. We all sit randomly, and I managed to sit opposite Aaron and next to Sir John, which was a win on my behalf. We all get chatting, order our entrée and main’s and enjoy some nice white wine together. The bread and appetiser were amazing and I was so excited to receive our main dish. It was a fish ...
... my recollection of the whole story line was a little rusty.
Heading into the theatre, had to go through 4 different members of staff and each of them gave their spiel about no photographs of filming and turn your mobile phone off now. Had a good seat in the stalls, near the middle in row K.
As I always do whenever I go to a new theatre, I duly took out my camera and took a photo. Often their is interesting architecture or decorative elements. In this case ...
I finished work at the Hand and Spear Pub on Thursday 9th July and made my way to London for one last week before heading off to Europe for 3 months. GINO MY GINO Whilst doing some last minute shopping I came across a rather LOUD shirt, but alas I'd missed the first Friday of the month by 6 days :(. Check out the photo anyway - it is rather loud! THE CUPCAKE FAIRY So I have made my first new friend in London her name ...
The truth is that I am probably not an airbnb (www.airbnb.com) type. Both of our lodgings—one in Venice and one in London—were quite acceptable but, somehow, I miss the trappings of a hotel. I am used to hotels; I've spend literally hundreds (probably over a thousand) nights in hotels of one sort or another and I’ve been disappointed and elated but I know what to expect and am comfortable with the hotel experience. ...
... about WWII and the life of Winston Churchill.
After the museum we went back over the river to the London Dungeons. The girls enjoyed the London Dungeons and couldn't believe how fast their time flew. A great show consisting of many actors who acted out and gave a great history insight on executions, torture, plague, Guy Fawkes, Jack the Ripper and many more gruesome times in history. Lot's of fun, but certainly not for small children.