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- Banquet room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
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In Somerset House, on the Embankment can be found the Courtauld Gallery which is home to a couple of very famous paintings. I knew The Bar at the Folie Bergere by Eduard Manet was there as we had seen it on a previous visit but I didn't realise that this particular Cezanne, that of Monte Sainte-Victoire with large pine tree, was there too. We had learned all about these two paintings in art ...
... other groups being guided around the darkened narrow streets. Our tour even finished outside a local barbers shop called "Jack the Clipper." If your after a some gruesome stories and aren't to queazy in the guts Google me old chap "Jack the Ripper." My friends laughed at me when I watched the last royal wedding. I don't mind a bit of blue blood history which was why Buckingham Palace was a must see for me. At 11.30 each day there is a ceremony to change the guards used to ...
... London because I think I have been so clueless as ordering the right Oyster card since the first time I watched Momento. Okay so next I get to meet my amazing friend Sophia in central London and she shows me past all the glamorous shops of London before finding an amazing Vietnamese restaurant called Pho and celebrating with soup and prosecco oh and listening to Beyonce....as you do =) So first full day here I grant a ...
... had stored their bicycles and grills and such on the stairs. They bad! Plus my hubby wanted to stop on the floors where we had friends and made sure they were not in their apartments but we figured they were ahead of us on the stairs. This is the ONLY time there was actually a reason for the alarm being pulled and it was some of our friends where the wife had caught a skillet on fire and there was a lot of smoke in their apartment but her ...
... happen before. No one in the audience knew what was happening so everyone just sat there for maybe 2 or 3 minutes. There was no smoke or heat or alarms. Finally staff opened all the exit doors and started shouting for people to leave the theatre. A disgruntled employee had pulled an alarm backstage but we never heard it at all. So out into the cold (with my coat this time) and wait for the fire brigade again to come and clear the theatre and ...