Ibis Budget London Hounslow
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I stayed here for 3 nights during my visit to London. It is a great budget hotel. The hotel cost me only GBP 37 per night per room, very cheap with excellent service. With ISIC card, my friend and I got the breakfast for only GBP 1. It was a good start of our morning.
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... is where you live if you employ a family nutritionist, and look spookily younger then you did at puberty.Also, I believe having at least one gifted child is helpful for fitting in.
After the markets we went back for another round at Jamie's Food store and cafe, then back on the tube to the hotel.
It is Craig's birthday today so he got to chose the show we went to tonight in Covent Garden at the Phoenix Theatre; it was ...
... a little organized. We all decided that a nice easy day and early night is what we all would enjoy. We walked down to a little cafe for dinner and found an ice cream shop on our way back to the hotel. Imagine that! We played a couple of games of spades in the lounge. We split games, so the guys are still 2 games ahead of us. It was great to have a pretty easy and relaxing day, so we will be ready to go again in the morning. ...
After a tumultuous and tedious 2 more days being tested like a lab rat/beaver, Beaver finally got the all clear to fly home. This was the best news as she just wanted to be with her family and Slug. Having been through the wringer in the past few days, she was advised to make the trip in 2 stops rather than 1. She left the Premier Inn at 6pm and started the mammoth journey to the other side of the world. After a stop in Dubai ...
... plus years!) and where the armoury is on display. The Yeoman Warders and their families, including a doctor and a priest all live in the grounds and the residences are identified by blue painted doors. As such, the chapels are still used on a regular basis; how extraordinary to go to church and walk on or by the very site, Tower Green, where Anne Boleyn, second wife of Henry VIII, was beheaded!
After a long afternoon at the ToL, we stopped at a local to have ...
Wednesday 18th Thursday 19th. Slower start today. We seem to have lost the habit of rising at 5.30 am, which must meen we have finally adjusted to Londin time. It is one week until Christmas, and we are keeping and eye on the weather. Hoping ofr awhite christmas, but no travle delays! London eye, still,a spectacular view even when overcast. It gives you a wonderful perspective of London. Parliament, buckingham palace, Trafalgar Square, leicester Square and the ...