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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Then back to the tube - the rain had returned by the time we got the car at Heathrow so we were really lucky. We were treated to another lovely meal by Rachel in the evening. The cousins are pretty tired with it being the end of a busy school term but not long until Easter now! Tomorrow we head off to spend a couple of days with mad Scottish Auntie Rachel - Hamish's little sister - more about that later.... Signing off for now, Kate ...
... is as easy as checking into a normal hotel, just that you might be expected to shell out some extra bucks on your booking since spa vacations are expected to be a little heavier on the pocket.
The spa rooms of the hotels are generally furnished with comfortable and plush mattresses, aroma candles, some light music and all the things which are associated with tranquillity and peace as a spa is supposed to provide you with relaxation and rejuvenation. You can ...
... one as it is the centenary of the beginning of the Great war, commonly known as the 1st world war. Names like the ‘Battle of the Somme & Delville wood’ spring rapidly to mind where there was such carnage it is
difficult to imagine. So the theme of this year’s parade was naturally military. I just love the precision of the bands, and my personal favourite must be the skirl of the pipes and the magnificent drumming played by the ...
... there where so many tourist from different nationalities there. Then caught the bus back to the apartment. We got changed quickly and headed back out to the London theatre. We saw 'Thriller, a Michael Jackson tribute'. I thought it was very good and I enjoyed it a lot. It finished at 11pm and then we went to a nearby Pizza Restaurant for dinner. The food was amazing and we really enjoyed it as well. We then caught the underground back to our apartment. We had a great day exploring ...
... like such an adventure and it still does. It makes sense now that every time we visited a new country, dad felt compelled to give me a detailed account of it's history and it's religions etc. ( Religious Education incidentally my minor degree, funny that). Of course at the time I was indifferent at best to being immersed in this cultural education, but here at 38, it's abundantly clear the difference it has made to me and my view of ...