Euro Wembley Hotel London
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... stared blankly at the overpriced and extravagant happenings of the Christmas market. This so called 'market' is nothing short of amazing. Hardly a market, I think a 'fun and food convention' is a much more appropriate name. From waffels to pull pork, churros, mulled cider, the list goes on. The carnival rides outdo every ride ever made in the Southern Hemisphere. ...
... cuisine was not for the faint hearted. It went straight back to the galley and a plate of green salad was promptly ordered. Well, I did say it was midnight so a light bite had to suffice.
Going to do a quick flat bed comfort comparison as my last imput for the day.
BA vs Singapore airlines, on an A380.
BA: Trois points
Singapore airlines: Dix points.
Need I say more.
Synonymous with the rich, famous and royalty, Champagne has been a tasty tipple for over 500 years. It is a sparkling wine produced from black Pinot noir, Pinot Meunier and white C******nay grapes grown in the Champagne region of France and has become a worldwide symbol of class and sophistication.
Before we take a look at the Champagne bar in London, ...
... I think I have found out what my Patronus charm would be. Maddy and I walked from Paddington station through Kensington and Hyde park to Buckingham Palace, and took much delight in the fauna of the parks - white swans, Robbin red-breasts and the tricksy squirrels. From Queenie's Crib it seemed a waste to not wander a little further and see Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament and London Eye. After all that, our ...
... the rest of the store. The girls seem to like it but I find it a most confusing and claustrophobic store and couldn't wait to get out. We had lunch at a Pret a Manger across the road and then walked through Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens to Kensington Palace which we toured inside. Afterwards we caught a number 9 bus from the Palace Gate to Trafalgar Square. We dined at Little Frankies and then walked back along Whitehall and across the Westminster ...