De Rougemont Manor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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If you are planning to check the extremely popular Serpentine Bar & Kitchen, don’t miss out the mouth watering soup with crusty bread, fish and chips, sandwiches, varieties of salads, wood-fired pizzas. The specials are also equally tempting. If you are looking for Indian or South Asian restaurants in Hyde Park area, Amaya is the perfect choice. In Amaya, you get ...
Dear Oxford Street, I’ve spent far too much time on you for my own health. In all seriousness, they people who actually enjoy this area are crazy. It is an utter chaos of people, mostly tourists, stores, and buses. There is no room to walk, think, or breathe. I have to agree with Virginia Woolf when she describes the area as “too blatant and raucous.” For the LCF program we had classes in a building just off the main circle. ...
As if the 7 hours yesterday weren't enough, we were back at Lakeside shopping today. Had to buy another suitcase for all the purchases we have made along the way. Thank heavens for Argos. We had a BBQ at Jan (Geordie Jan) and Steve's house in Romford in the evening. Ross, their son, is moving to Australia for a year and will be staying with us a week after we get back. The girls for in with him great and we ended up playing cards and board games until late into the ...
... train to hastings to stay with fraser and his parents. was strange seeing fraser as he was still living in nz when I had left. the next morning I had weetabix for breakfast ive been wanting anything that tastes like weetbix for weeks so I was very excited. we then went exploring around the old part of hastings, went up the cable car, had icecream, visited a pebble beach. the beaches are very strange as a beach is not enough they must turn the entire beach front area into somewhat of ...
During the second flight from Heathrow to South Africa I sat next to a delightful gentleman from London who was taking a trip to Pretoria and Botswana to discuss Development Aid and more specifically water. He didn't offer the name of the company he worked for although I am still very curious. So often our introductory conversations are "what do you do" instead of “who are you”… I am sure ...