Holiday Inn Garden Court
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... by the Silver Controller (The In Charge/Safety officer) to meet his deadline of 37 minutes. After 37 minutes the Powers That Be have figured out the temperature in a packed train will rise to an unsafe level and people may begin to suffer heat related illness. The Underground is cooled by the trains rushing through and circulating the air, and if one stops they all stop meaning the air is no longer cooled and circulated by the moving trains. Apparently it doesn't take ...
... too appeasing. If it hadn’t been dark you’d be overshadowed by the buggars. There’s the lorries and buses and cars shooting down the dual carriageways surrounding it on multiple sides. Then just for good measure, kids playing football in the concourse; young teenagers who would no doubt delight in an accidental hit on a moving target.
At this stage my phone ...
... the years (and saw the real urn), sat in both the English and Australian change rooms and actually stood on the Australian players balcony. It looks quite big on the TV but it's actually really small. Cameron sat in the spot where Ricky Ponting would aways sit before going out to bat. The Long Room was ornate but not as impressive as the MCG and we were able to watch a match on the "nursery" oval next to the main one. Even the toilets were impressive with a black and white ...
... s an hour time difference from Brussels so we had to set our clocks back an hour. When we got to King’s Cross St. Pancras station, we got an Underground ticket for that night and two travelcards for Saturday and Sunday so we could have unlimited travel on the Underground. We finally made it to our hostel but we couldn’t get in the gate. The gate code we kept typing in was wrong but luckily a girl came along and let us in. The nightguard happened to be outside ...
... of four human eyes.
I stepped away for him to enjoy perhaps the only meal he would eat that day. It was the briefest of encounters and one in which I learnt not even his name, and he mine neither.
We climbed inside the sept-place to St. Louis.
Beneath a Gun on Ill d’Goree
On a small island a few miles off the coast at Dakar, Senegal, lies an island which haunts to this day the relationship between Europe and Africa. It was on ...