Holiday Inn Brentwood
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Conference facilities
- Indoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
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... The British Museum. An amazing building with fantastic artefacts from all the Ancients such as Egypt, Syria, Ming, Rome and Greece. Only spent a couple of hours there but that was plenty. Then returned home for a small R&R before our big nite out for Friday Date Night, dinner and the Commitments show. Back into the Westend for some pre-show drinks and a quick ...
... ever seen before. We then entered the cathedral and it was huge and the ceilings were so high. We walked around for a bit and then came across one of the four Magna Carta (signed 1215) which is the greatest law document to ever be published of all times. It was very interesting reading it and some of the laws in it are still in place today in England. We then got some food to eat later on and hurried back to ...
... Palace and the Gardens, and the road beside it with all of the embassies, which Jack liked. We got to see some other sites too, but just to see, hopefully we will tour them tomorrow. We went to a bar for dinner with Jason. It was cool, and all of the dishes they served were mini, so we got 11 different meals to share! We got back late, and tired from a day of travel. ...
... trees in the hedges and field-ways. I saw some young cows in a field that flocked away from me both times I passed by as if I might come after them, who were visited by a flock of pheasants proudly picking to their delight.
That afternoon we went to my father’s cousin and his wife’s home and to Proctor’s Farm just near by where they used to live, farm and run a B&B. Now their son and his wife and two young ...
... and pierced individuals was an amazing introduction to a subculture suburb of London for Bonnie. We had a blast wandering the stalls up and down both sides of the street, enjoying everything that makes this historical part of town so interesting. The old horse market and stables, the chandeliers in the tunnels and the lochs are total icons and make for fascinating viewing. Dropping into a local pub for a warm and some wifi, the day only got better as Bonnie ...