Holiday Inn London - Commercial Road
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... to treat us to high tea. It was a fantastic way to finish off our holiday. Then it was back to the hotel for a swim, only to find that because of the "heat wave" the hotel had to have an emergency meeting and implement a maximum 30 minute pool allotment time for each guest. This was a shock to all of us and didn't go well with Greg! Then it was time to pack the suitcases.
On our last day Greg and the girls went to ...
Hi Everyone, Rich here,
I’m now back in the thick of it at work in London and just about recovered from my jet lag,
Sorry its taken me a while but here are my top 10, its taken me a while to decide on them as there were so many amazing moments on the holiday to choose from, but here they are!
10 - Our Meal at Heartland Brewery and Rotisserie
You didn't think I wouldn’t put something about ...
... Nice we drive to a perfumery for an olfactory overload were Lisa indulges her love for smelling good. We have a quick wardrobe change and head off to the glitz and glamor of the Moroccan casinos. As opulent as this place may be it also apparently takes the night off on Sundays. So after taking a sticky beak around the casino royal we find one of the only restaurants open and enjoy a very tasty but expensive salad for dinner. Luckily the company is good and the ...
... Opulance to the extreme! Giant paintings, rooms, furniture, carpets and collections of armour, crockery and designer made dolls clothes. The beautiful abbey ,also within the walls, has many notable residents buried beneath the floor, the most recent being the Queen Mother in 2002.
Then it was off to Stonehenge, incredible, it was built in phases between 1000 and 3000 B.C.
At this ...
... regulars by name. She bounced around from table to table, keeping different conversations going and served us while maintaining control of this near chaotic environment. The waitress sort of reminded me of Becky from the show and was also a bit funny because she kept calling us darling or love. I guess if you watch Coronation Street you'll understand what I'm trying to describe, but if not you'll be completely confused.
With bellies full of ...