Holiday Inn Express London-Wimbledon-South
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- Pets allowed
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... kitchen so that we could prepare breakfast in our room each day. The weather was cold, foggy and misty for the first day, but cleared up to 10 degrees for the next couple of days, rare nice weather days. The apartments are located in the business area of the city and there are plenty of pubs in this area to taste some fine English ale. We noticed the pubs are overflowing with business men/women during lunch period and shortly after 3pm to about ...
... Old World interiors are only two of the several items that fill the Knightsbridge institution with august brilliance. The upscale Harrods may be treated as an attraction rather than a shopping mall. Ensure that you don’t miss out the perfumery, the food halls and of course the shrine dedicated to Princess Diana and Dodi Al Fayed. If you have plans for serious shopping, check out the chain stores which are along Oxford High Street. ...
... I got to hang out with Amanda (Aus) and met Sally, Molly and Phoebe, who also work for Vision (I think). Erin and I also headed out to Herstmontceux Castle for Canada Day. It is a shame we didn't properly meet before, as we have a lot in common, especially our desire to travel, and our independence. We easily spent the entire day together.
July- Well, it has been short, and has gone extremely quickly, now that I leave London tomorrow! I have had ups and downs in the last ...
... would be really interesting to see. Something for the next trip. We continued along the road to the Churchill War Rooms, something that was on Cole's top sight-seeing list. At the war rooms we were able to see how the bunker was during the WW2 air raids of England.
After leaving the Churchill War Rooms, we were right next to St. James Park, so we briefly walked down the path to the water to see the Pelicans that were there. After this brief, but pleasant, ...
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To think I was only going for 6 weeks which turned into 3 months…one of the best decisions I have ever made!! I feel so renewed, so alive and so happy!! I learnt a lot about myself - I'm more self reliant and confident than I thought I was, I don't need much to survive and I can overcome difficult situations. I kept calm during the tough times, kept a straight head and not once felt like I wanted to pack it in and go home. I feel I can do and achieve anything on ...