Citadines London Barbican
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reasonable price (April), few minutes walk to the Barbican station. Room with small kitchen-dishes, pots and pans, cutlery, dishwasher, fridge. Save money by having breakfast in the room instead of paying 10 pounds for toast and tea. A Tesco nearby to get grocery. Room is very small. No AC. Room service is optional for 6 pounds a day. But once a week service is included if you stay more then a week.
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... was getting In practice for when he gets home!).
We did a bit of shopping (well, Jan did a bit of shopping) at the airport ......and it was a cute reminder of where we have been, when in the MAC cosmetics shop, Jan engages the female assistant....who comments in beautiful "Essex Girl" English...... "I reeeely like wot you're wearing". Oh, we've had so much fun, reeeely!
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... in Hyde Park as he had caught a swan with the intention of cooking it for Christmas Dinner. He never was particularly clever. As we headed off the police started arriving and cordoning everywhere off - it later transpires that they were continuing the search for a man who disappeared in the water while swimming yesterday. Off to Marble Arch, down to Buck House, down the Mall to Trafalgar Square and onto the tube - a first for Marcus. Chris was heading off to a meeting at Work ...
... day there! From there we travelled to Bath and although it was almost dark by the time we got there (the sun sets about 4:30pm here) it was great to see another place we've heard so much about! We also got to walk around the Christmas markets there which was awesome! We loved the atmosphere and enjoyed buying a few little trinkets! After that, it was back on the bus and a couple of hours drive back to London and then on the underground back to our hotel. Ready to crash now after a massive day! ...
... sewn on t-shirts, and books dating back decades with informative facts on the British Invasion and other notable events in British history.
Another shop that may interest the nostalgic and child at heart is one found with all childhood toys dating back from the 90's and earlier. I was in true heaven walking past the window and seeing a large array of Muppets, Care Bears, My Little Pony, and of course, my favorite British bear, Paddington. ...
... is better
than hockey (its global popularity, its ability to unite the nations of the
world, the fact that it doesn’t cost $700 to buy pads and skates etc.) For the
purpose of brevity I will leave it at that. A quick side note: I will
henceforth refer to soccer as football, as that is its proper name. If I have
to refer to the other (read inferior)
football, I will call it American Football. Football is always on TV here: in
the common room, at breakfast, ...