Ibis London Docklands Canary Wharf
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- Pets allowed
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Over the last month or so, I have become quite addicted to sending letters. And I don't mean one for my family and one for my best friend...I mean twelve at a time to heaps of different people. I genuinely think I am better and writing and responding to letters than I am to emails. So today was post day...all of my letters had been sealed with a kiss and now needed to go off to their homes. Some as close as the other side of London, ...
... in this part of Europe and take back with you wonderful memories of a very English land. Strategically located these hotels cater to all the whims and fancies of a person and make sure you are not troubled. With the hotel stays perfectly balanced, hotels in London only ensure that you can come back for more. The location and the price is also another advantage and with this the entire deal of staying in a reasonably priced hotel only endorses the beauty of the ...
... for us at the Heathrow Airport ensured that we were quickly on our way to our hotel. The flight was tiring, as was only expected after travelling all the way from Canada. Travelling on a budget means that you fly economy, in cramped seats, with a lot of crying children surrounding you. No matter where you are going, the flight to that destination is rarely fun. So when we reached our hotel in Paddington court rooms London, we were ...
... of Darcy and Pride and Prejudice, coupled with my seemingly unconfined excitement to see big British houses. Today we hope to visit Lyme Park (aka Pemberley), and tomorrow we will do the 5 mile walk around Chatsworth House and their huge gardens. I'm hoping to marry the young heir to the Chatsworth House, the future Duke of Devonshire, Alexander Cavendish, but I suppose I should inform him of our betrothal before I organise the wedding dress and such. Yesterday ...
We stopped in again at Borough market today, finding a quicker route on the tube, and changing trains twice. I hadn't before realised that the tracks were electric and it gave me a bit of a fright. When we arrived a range of different smells greeted us. Traditional pub grub and English pies were accompanied by Ethiopian, French, Spanish, Greek and Moroccan food stalls. People held out little samplers of Turkish delight, meringues and lentils and the heavily accented ...