Comfort Hotel Finchley
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- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... playing McQueen was on stage, pacing, rubbing his head, contemplating the state of his life. And then the show began. Dancers dressed as models, some en pointe, most in heels....it was glorious. I loved every second. All thru the snow, I knew I knew the actor playing Isabella Blow...it was Tracy Ann Oberman, used to be on Eastenders...she killed Den Watts! Crummy start to the day but it turned out fantastic.
... included not only the wax figures, but also a 4D marvel comic heroes movie and a "walk" through the "chamber of horrors" where live actors try to scare you. For some reason I (Val) was made to go first. One of the actors called me "mom" - was it that obvious? Anyway, it was lots of fun. We finished the day off with dinner at Nando's (Laura's favourite restaurant), an ice cream from Sainsburys, and a last walk through Hyde ...
1st August. Llangollen was our first stop a nice little village has a horse drawn barge along the canal and a ruin of a church on top of a hill. Very high up long steep walk so didn’t do it. Hollywell was next where a Church of England and Catholic Church are side by side. The Catholic Church St Winifred’s has a sort of pool next to it as well as water area underneath. The water in both places is supposed to cure you of all plenty of ...
... great shopping and restaurants with street musicians and performers. We took the subway across town to Camden to see the location used as the exterior of Sherlock Holmes' 221B Baker Street residence. Next door is Speedys cafe. Megan, a huge Sherlock fan, was in ...
... a muffin and coffee before the tour. Our guide was hugely knowledgeable and entertaining as we wandered the streets of Whitechapel hearing the macabre details of Jack the Ripper. Again we were looking for dinner very late and most stop serving at 10. As it was already 9.45 we got off the tube at the Tower of London and found yet another pub-and more chips. Would have eaten anything though. Definitively will be in search of a good salad tomorrow!! Finally climbed into bed at 11 am.