Ibis London Barking
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... pods of the London Eye. The London Eye is a big ferris wheel right next to the river Thames. The views from the London Eye are incredible and when we got to the top you could see so much of London. It was great except when we were just over half way I heard a weird noise like someone spilling ice but when I turned around I realised it was something much worst. Someone had become sick and had started vomiting. I felt sorry for ...
... From there we walked across the Tower Bridge. It had opened earlier to let a cruise skip out but didn't get a photo of it open. Took a double decker bus back across the bridge. Such fun! Came across Covent Gardens neighbourhood which is so happening this evening. A beautiful market area full of restaurants, street performers and people, Have stopped for a lovely dinner of bangers, shepherds pie and fish and chips ( Laura ...
... It was pretty fantastic. We were then led into The Hall and we were permitted to view entire sets from the movies. Allison and I have little knowledge of HP, so we went through this briskly. However, one of our students was so moved that she began to cry! I guess this was her Globe Theatre. After the sets, you got to see all the masks that were created for the films and this was probably my favorite part! You were then led outside where they had ...
Firstly, welcome to my new blog and my forthcoming trip to Sri Lanka. I hope that my few faithful readers have all managed to find this site OK.
Actually, the title of this entry is a complete lie, as I have not really started to get ready at all. I have my ticket booked and unusually for me my first week's accommodation. The reason I did this was that a dear online friend of mine called Treshi lives in ...
... decorations and lights were stunning both in their quantity and brilliance and of course, with it being dark by 3:30 pm, the night sky set them all off to perfection. Selfridges was found and conquered, with Bon finding a brand of British cosmetics that she had long coveted. Day 1 had been a complete success. Bed was the only thing desired by us both now, so we succumbed to the overwhelming tiredness, knowing that tomorrow was indeed, another day. Day 2 and a Sunday ...