Euro Hotel Wembley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... about 200. The roads were tight and the buses made it far tighter. Uncle Nick's apartment is amazing. It is a gated community on a very busy road full of shops. There is a cafe and 2 ice cream shops under some of the apartments. The flat is only 1 year old, modern and huge. We will be back in London on September 20th to stay again until we leave for home. It is also a 20 minute walk from ...
... We headed off this morning to meet our tour guide John Sheerman at Covent Garden for a three hour guided walk. We started towards St. James Palace and were filled in on lots of details of King Henry VIII. From there we proceeded to Buckingham Palace. The Green Garden, Westminster Abbey, Houses of Parliament, Clarence House, the Mall, Trafalgar Square, the horse guard parade following changing of the guard and so many more things. He was an excellent tour guide ...
... it. It turned out he made a wise choice; we spent an hour in primark getting a pair trousers, sunnies and a travel pillow...and there was no browsing, it was just that busy! So by the end of it Nikki and I were in need of a cold beer at the pub too. Pete had booked a table for dinner at an italian restaurant, and after the Primark journey it was almost time to have dinner. They were nice enough to let us have a table early / our table was ready and free, ...
... the customers in everything that they require and solve their queries satisfactorily.
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... of France grow larger in return.
Northern France was observed as a blur. Pulling into Paris at dawn, I had six hours to kill before the next coach left, this time for Madrid. The morning rush came and went. A lone guitarist played to himself. I listened and waited. And waited some more.
The journey to Madrid was punctuated by an evening stop at La Rochelle, and a check of passports at the Spanish border, where I had an early lesson in the importance ...