Best Western White House Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I'm not a child like everybody said when I have been talking about this trip. My friends and I just share a "HarryPotterfever" of the start of the new millennium. We couldn't miss it.
So we pack our staff and flew as quick as possible. It was amazing. SOOO many artefacts and lot more. I can't even describe it.
... was more bad than good.
Favourite city: Hong Kong. The right mix of everything Asia has to offer.
Least favourite city: Chongching. No redeeming features at all – an awful place.
Highlights of the trip: Patagonia, Galapagos, Uluru and the Red Centre in Australia, Terracotta Army, Easter Island, Macchu Picchu/Inca Trail, Western Australia, Vietnam with our friends, Myanmar, cuddling a panda!
Lowlights of the trip: Ecuadorian ...
... or so different skilled staff on scene for a single patient. The London. experience was a good one and they have a densely populated area to cover, that considered, I personally think we utilise our limited resources better. We all look forward to seeing how British Columbia compares. Oh and BTW when they are down on vehicle numbers they sub contract to non other than SJA, one of the calls I attended we were backed up by Vollies from SJA. We are ...
Left hotel around 8.30am and headed for open top bus tour. Got on one at Marble Arch (Speaker's Corner) after a bit of mucking around (£32 each). The weather was sunny but a biting wind made it very cool. We had to keep moving to keep warm, even in down jackets. The bus tour had a live commentary and gave us a good perspective of the inner city (we saw Piccadly Circus, National Gallery, Trafalgar Square, LondonEye, Old Bailey, St Paul's Cathedral, Tower of London, The Shard, Big ...
... my way to the theatre for the performance of The Mousetrap, now in its 62nd year. I’m not sure how much longer it will run as the theatre was far from full.
It wasn’t until the next day that I heard about the collapse of the roof of the Apollo Theatre in London, which happened at the same time I was in the theatre watching The Mousetrap. The Apollo Theatre was in Shaftesbury Avenue, less than 5 minutes walk from where I was in West ...