Best Western Donnington Manor Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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Today for our second free day on our trip in London, me and Nick Tirro have decided to watch our football club Arsenal play Manchester City, in Manchester. This trip has been so exciting but this has to be the most exciting as had to travel by train to get to manchester and it was an amazing trip going through the english country side and seeing more of England than our class mates is exciting. The Ethiad Stadium is ...
... extravaganza that is Winter Wonderland. Winter wonderland provided everything I want in a Christmas Carnival as such. Bacon bun - check, churros - check, heart attack on a pretzel (ie: smothered in bacon and cheese) - check, crepes - check. Shandys - check. Minus the adrenalin pumped rides this could be my heaven. We ended up seated in a bavarian bar drinking shandys and Billy his obligatory stein (After all he couldn't let Sam down in his absence at a German ...
... The children went to their appropriate age programs and everyone was pumped!! Being Sunday, Marc had researched a pub that had a wonderful Sunday roast. Remembering our long held tradition with Nan to have roast beef on Sunday, we thoroughly enjoyed the memory - and of course the food! I had forgotten just how busy this city is! We walked and walked through Leicester to Piccadilly, ...
... Built in 1914, this was used by families going to, or returning from, the Empire. Whilst this was home to their furniture and possessions, returning families would reside in flats at Harrods until they secured a permanent home. We are now being directed back to a road. This takes us past Craven Cottage, home to Fulham Football team, and on to the peaceful Bishop's Park and Fulham Palace. Thirty minutes are almost up, time to re-dock our bikes. Travel for London ...
... the Spencer Arms Pub for a sandwich lunch sitting in the garden because the weather is now very warm.Drove on to Bletchley Park, the home of the Codebreakers during the war. It did take us a while to find our way there as there were road diversions and with all the roundabouts we got a bit lost and dizzy. I must say what a very fascinating place it is, how these people had the knowhow to break the codes beats me.It is well worth a visit. We were there for 90 min or so but you ...