Devere Venues Denham Grove
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... building of Harrods. It was especially a time for me to familiarise myself with a part of town where I had spent part of my youth. I was reminded that when I first came to live in London in 1974 it was in Beaufort Gdns that we stayed for about 6 mths before moving to the outskirts of town at Upminster.
We decided to have some lunch outside of Harrods and with the weather starting to heat up by midday we looked ...
... I was exhausted because I didn't train. If you want to see results, you have to work for them. Simple as that. The good thing is that I feel more motivated than ever to train hard for my next!
My past week of "school" has been filled with excursions to replace the actual classes so that has made the week extremely enjoyable. I went to the London Central Mosque, on a tour of the BBC Broadcasting House, to the Leighton House, back to the ...
... be impeded, Will settled on a plan that would condense Edmund's tour from an hour to about twenty minutes and our visit to the baths from an hour and a half to about an hour.
Edmund was a sweet old man, no doubt in his seventies, that met us at a coach park to begin our guided tour. He was very understanding of the traffic issues that we had encountered and he did his best to give us the highlights of Bath in about 30 minutes. I selected Bath ...
... I haven't had them for ages! They were pretty tasty too! But then my main came out, vege Pad Thai, and it was so ridiculously delicious that I have no words to describe it apart from YUM! After we had stuffed our bellies we walked the rest of the way home, stopping at a supermarket for some chocolate, then chilled out in the living room for a while with beer and chocolate and talked for a while before everyone headed to ...
... public life. For example Margaret Thatcher was a lord’s member prior to her passing. The lords also contains around 25 priests, a historic legacy which remains today. We also heard about some of the traditions too, like the ceremony where the wardens go into the basement and symbolically check for Guy Fawkes at the opening of parliament (he tried to bomb parliament but was discovered), and the tradition of the Queen’s opening speech to Parliament. It was ...