Chelmsford Serviced Apartments
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... navigating without our trusty guide really very simple. We decided to head over to the Tower of London to take in the iconic English stronghold.
When we arrived at the Tower of London we were both taken aback by it’s size, it is of course a very important monument to British history and they have done an excellent job preserving and restoring it. Of course because it is such a ...
... 3000 carats. Inside you’ll also see the crowns worn during coronations and other ceremonies. They have a moving sidewalk that goes by, so to make sure you don’t take too long. It’s truly spectacular though.
I skipped the other attractions inside the Tower (the Torture Tower is the next most popular – where you can see the actual chopping blocks and axes used to execute people).
By this time, it was late afternoon, and I ...
... why accommodation is being stressed upon is that, although the city may be fun to explore and observe, if you do not get a proper hotel that would satisfy your needs, and prove your money's worth, then there would be certainly no point in coming to such a distant land.
The Montcalm London Marble Arch, being a 5 star hotel, is one of the biggest blessings of the city. The rooms are found to be very elegantly decorated, with ...
... the head off one of the ladies working in the baggage claim area. She took it very well but all she could tell me was that my bag could possibly maybe be coming in on the 4:00pm flight. This didn't help though because we were supposed to be on our ship at 3:00pm.
It was about this time that Brooke, who had gone to check on a way to get to the docks told me that everything had been canceled. She was red and teary at this point and I was trying my best not to succumb ...
Woo Hoo...It's a relief to be free of the office for 3weeks! Scott drove us at a very steady pace through the M25 and on to Heathrow. Although it took us twice the time it should have, we arrived in good time at T3. The rush hour traffic was a nightmare. After a sandwich (M & S) and a cup of tea julie disappeared to look at the shops. Just an hour to wait till the gate ...