Holiday Inn Express London-Wimbledon-South
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... which looked very impressive, and went in to check out the exhibition. Tower bridge was built when London Bridge (the way less cool looking bridge just up the road) got too congested in the very early 1800s, clearly nothing has changed within governments, as it wasn't until 1875-ish that they asked for design submissions for a new bridge from the public and then the bridge wasn't finished until 1894! Nearly 100 years after a problem ...
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Until tomorrow - when I hop on over to the lovely Emerald Isle - Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good night!
... if you’re so deep. It was fun though and a great experience so I’m glad I did it. However, I think I will stick to snorkelling or the “Discover scuba diving” dives where an instructor will be with you and doing everything for you.
13) Always haggle.
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... region. Really wonderful! So tomorrow, we fly home, direct to San Francisco on British Airways (business class - we cashed in our miles for good seats!). Wendy will pick us up @ SFO & take us to her home for the night. I wonder if she'll place chocolates on our pillows as we've become accustomed to seeing? Hee. Naw, thank you in advance, Wen, for making the drive! We owe YOU the pillow chocolates! Check in with you all later! Love you !!! Sher, ...