Hotel Indigo London-Paddington
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What can I say about London? It’s huge, it’s multi-cultural, and it’s brimming with famous sights, fun pubs, great music venues and endless things to do. After clearing customs, i got to meet my full-time tour director and the rest of the ...
... That actually has happened to me many times during various plays I've been too; my friend who's an actor says my very fair skin reflects the light and makes me stick out of the crowd. Shivers!
Cosette, an essential, but really a minor, role was also disappointing. I found her soprano to be quite forced and her character a bit off-putting. Her relationship Rob Houchen's Marius was a let-down. ...
... to Rio. I'm starting to worry that I haven't started to pack actually, in fact I should probably be packing (or wrapping Christmas presents) rather than writing this right now! After reading lots of blogs, lonely planet guides,and getting "advice" from everyone and anyone who has ever even been on holiday, I feel I have the 3 ...
... hair....now that told me where she was.
Now if you don't know Carrie, she is of the most gorgeous, inspirational people I know. "Know"
I wish I could befriend her, because to have someone like that in my life would inevitably lead to a more amazing life.
But I took of the photo ...
... was more of a shopping mall than a garden, but still enjoyed popping in and out of shops. The best shop by far was the Tin Tin store. Very cool. Eventually we ace it to the square and it began to rain so hard. We decided to go see a movie in or of the huge Theatres, the Oden. These theatres in the square are we're they have the London movie premiers! We watched the Lone Ranger and really really enjoyed the down time. Feeling even more tired after our movie we decided ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center