Ibis London Docklands Canary Wharf
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... there, and McDonald's are a billion times better. As well as I ordered lemonade and got sprite, asked about it and the lady was adamant that she had given me lemonade and not sprite. Then one of my friends got a chocolate milkshake. First of all there was no chocolate in it. Second it was literally just shaken milk... So gross. After our terrible lunch we went to Westminster Abby! So it was closed, just for today. So we ...
... I seriously think I want to live on a canal boat!! I get to a tunnel that the canal runs through and assume that I just need to walk up the footpath and across the road before I can re-join the canal. Nope! Luckily I asked a guy who explained that the tunnel actually ran through a hill that has Islington High street on it. He gave me directions on where to go and I have to say that the route wasn't straight forward! I had to laugh to ...
... we just got back from a lovely day trip to Brighton. We were delayed heading off in the morning as Pudd had to deal with more bad news, this time about his HSBC credit card. He received a message last night by text saying there was a suspicious transaction recorded against it so it had been suspended. He phoned them this morning and there had indeed been a fraudulent transaction against it and so he did have to cancel the card permanently. That was only the start of the ...
... far from a just humanitarian war, and horrendous acts of violence were committed by both sides. It would be good to see all parties own up to their role. Arthur von Bolfras described it best when he said: "if war was once a chivalrous duel, it is now a dastardly slaughter".
One thing I really liked about the exhibit was that it gave some attention to each of the fronts in the war. Generally in school, and in museums, most of the focus is on the western front - like the ...
... others. We joined the queue for the next day and were numbers 680-684. So I shall explain how it works cause its a bloody long drawn out process. If you are camping out you camp out for the next day of tennis (obviously) not the day you get there. Once there you join the queue and at about 6pm the camping officials come around and give out "queue cards", everyone that wants one has to be present at this time or you miss out. This card has a number on it and it is EVERYTHING if you ...