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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Well my first night in the Airbnb wasn't too bad. Didn't really hear anyone else and slept pretty well. I have to say that the worst thing about this place is the shower. There is hardly any water pressure and I started to doubt that I would be able to wash the soap from my hair - and I hardly have any!! Breakfast eaten and I headed off to catch the 91 bus to Trafalgar Square. I had decided to catch it all the ...
... we needed was closed. But it all worked out in the end with a bit more walking. There we had a tour and were able to see the Crown Jewels. We were not allowed to take pictures of those unfortunately.
After the Tower of London a larger group of us decided to seek out food. However everything near by was closed since it was all lunch cafes/restaurants. Someone's home stay ...
... and ninety two cents, not two thousand ninety two! A nice lady gave us a lesson on the different pence and currency, because when we tried to pay for our bus fare, we couldn't figure out which coin was which, since we've been used to the euros, we were a bit confused with the extra coins!
Anyway, once we arrived at our Airbnb and dropped off our things we headed to the city center to meet Barbara, Alexis' family friend and flight pilot who was staying overnight ...
... 6. Went to someone's 30th on my birthday (didn't have a clue who he was) 7. Went to the pub I work in for some drinks after the awkward birthday party. 8. Met people, made friends. 9. Worked an 8hour shift on Saturday! ****. 10. Had SHAKE SHACK TODAY! Woot woot! 11. Watched THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2! Bloody amazing!!! 12. Monday nights = MADE IN CHELSEA (British TV ...
... People scurry through the medina with a knowledge of its layout that leaves the disorientated visitor perplexed. From a small courtyard, the rancid stench of dye pits seeps past donkeys laden with the leather hinds so prized by European fashion houses. Through narrow passages, the labouring work of weavers, spinners, machinists, carvers, butchers and bakers is glimpsed. At every turn, comes a sight, a sound, a smell that turns the attention.
An uninitiated ...