Hotel Indigo London-Paddington
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... as well as printing. The tablet is also used to call the personal butler and also have every wish and whim to be catered to.
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The Ecceleston Square Hotel is a beautiful property which turns the rooms into absolute high tech zones with the best use of devices like tablets. The in room tablets are a guest’s private valet which dances to their tunes as they like. One can have the best ...
... The journey went smoothly and we were back in London and on the tube home in 14 hours. I did not really sleep but Katie slept virtually the whole flight. Once back home she was fine after a good nights sleep and although we had a lot to do on Xmas Eve it was all good. I would recommend visiting both Japan and Korea they are interesting countries which are a bit challenging to ...
... they wanted to buy!
We dragged them away and turned towards Soho for dinner. We stumbled upon a cosy Italian - which was just what the kids felt like. On the walk home, there was a moment of panic as neither Ben nor I could locate the keys to the apartment. Too tired now to even panic, we woke a neighbour who let us in... And found the keys in the floor outside our apartment (phew!) as I'm really not sure how anyone would have coped having to wait one extra minute to fall into ...
... flight... By 'we' I mean it was definitely a team effort! Jack was on packing duty, Morgan was on shoes and clothes culling duty as well as travel tips and Emmy was working with me to book everything. Just quickly, I want to add that packing 5 weeks worth of junk into a 30L backpack is near impossible and definitely a mission. I left for the 3:27am bus to get to Victoria coach station by 4:20am for my 4:30am bus to the airport by 5:30 (not quite 3 hours before but close enough). ...
... called "Enigma" that had a million,million,million possible combinations and was considered unbreakable. Britain created Bletchley Park as the center of it's ultra secret code breaking efforts recruiting the top mathematicians from both Oxford and Cambridge in the process. Their task was to break the unbreakable code. To make matters worse, the Germans changed the code at midnight every day, so ...