Chez Vous Hotel
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... Camden Locks and check out the Camden Market. A 90 minute walk, my research told me. Off we go with comfortable shoes, toe sleeves, blister pads, moleskin...you name it. My feet are good. And really, it's only a 90 minute walk, right? We're walking along the canal, through Little Venice, checking out all the canal boats, of which there are TONS! People live on these things! We're walking, we're talking, we're solving the problems of the world. About 2 ...
... was very cheap and very good. The football game was very interesting, I had never seen one before not even in the states. The home team, Fulhum won by one goal, it was actually very exciting at times to see and be apart of, an almost full stadium get that pumped up about anything. After the game we just road around on the tube for a little while trying to find a place to eat, we ended up right next door to the ...
... said "hey mate, stop it." No response. So I got out of bed to have a look at what it was. I was horrified by what I saw. Turns out the dude above me was so ********d that he was indeed kneeling on his bed and ******* half out of the window, and the other half into the window sill and onto my bed. He was in a delirious state, and the whole room woke up and was watching him but he didn't hear any of us trying to get his attention. I was totally disgusted and shocked at what had just ...
... of their culture. The amount of people around the end of the work-day (particularly men) that gathered at the local pubs is a sight to see. There are so many of them that it is actually intimidating to anyone who is not English to approach a pub, in fear of ordering the wrong drink or not finding the right place to stand and drink a pint. The time I did spend at pubs was not to drink but to eat fish and chips so I had an excuse to eat my food instead of try to socialize and fit in. ...
... had been the "head honcho" of the Royal Dragoon Guards/Grenadier Guards. It was an interesting museum, showing the history of the regiments activities as protectors of the monarchy and as active soldiers - from the Boar War to Iraq Wars. It also described the "Four O'Clock Parade at Horseguards, which, like the changing of the guard at 11am, takes place at 4pm, every day of the year, in all weathers, The Queen's Life Guards line up in the courtyard ...