196 Bishopsgate

196 Bishopgate, London, England, EC2M 4NR , United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $236.00
 

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We hit the ground running.....

A travel blog entry by linda1960

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... water. This is a luxury. In fact we noticed that kigali has improved it's infrastructures immeasurably since 4 years ago. The only thing that is still the same is the pot holes are pretty nasty and cab drivers will ask for a more money to drive to our hotel. I would imagine the car repair business is booming!!! We had a later dinner at a restaurant across town with the group and got back pretty late (for us) but intending to help is get acclimatized to the time ...

Surprise!

A travel blog entry by saskilton

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... sit in which was nice...but drinks were ridiculously over priced. After sitting down for about half an hour our flight was called and were asked to go to passport control...this seemed a little strange as there was still about an hour half to go till our flight. We headed down to discover that passport control was the entrance to our gate, and our gate as a small room with very few chairs to hold the 200 odd passengers expected. Even stranger was that ...

Video faces and real friends

A travel blog entry by lisaajane

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... always hungry...Burger King makes so much more sense) to get the cup that you can refill. A so it was cheap and B because George has a liking to filling up the cup at the vending machine.

But once we had our drink in hand we joined all the people on the grass in Leicester Square for some chat....like just us chatting...we didn't start a communal circle with everyone.

An ...

Day Ten

A travel blog entry by cwhiteside

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... site at the Summer Solstice and that it was meant to signify death and the end of life. By contrast, Woodhenge - which obviously did not stand the test of time - was an important site at the Winter Solstice and was meant to signify rebirth and the beginning of life. Excavations of the site are still ongoing.

Following our group photograph, we gave students some time to wander through the gift shop. Like so many of our previous stops, ...

A funny thing happened on Sunday morning...

A travel blog entry by plumleytrips

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... that in the next entry). So, we had time to visit the optician on our way to church, and see what my options were. Their name was catchy--Eyediology--and in their logo the "olo" were in the form of two eyes and a nose. Had to be worth trying, right? As it turns out, they were very sympathetic and helpful, although I think my pitiful circumstances and American accent softened them a bit.

They didn't have the frames in ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the Islington/Angel/King's Cross area of London, is near Petticoat Lane, F.A.C.T, Oliver Sweeney, and Alternative Arts.
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