Ibis London Greenwich
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... Testament of Youth - a movie which had looked fantastic on the trailer. And no one was there yet. So I decided to take my chances, and stand at the front. Woohoo, front row at a Premiere for the first time ever! It was so cold, but I stood there, sat there, jogged on the spot there for well over two hours. But it was worth it. The people came and did some press stuff and then walked and talked to a few people. By this time, I ...
... streets here filled with a sense of responsibility. The prices are also specifically priced and give you the need to explore and enjoy again.
Why should a Tourist Go to London
Touring London while on some office project is different. A tourist might go with some other intentions. The palaces, the museums the amazingly interesting Underground Tube is a fascination for all. Hotels here are also such that they cater to the needs of the customer. ...
... exhausted .
Superb services that ensure endless delight
Even before my friends and I could embark on our adventure in the city of London, we knew that we were going to have fun. The hotel that we stayed at did it's very best to make us comfortable, and we enjoyed an incredible stay while we were here. The attached bathroom in our spacious room was large and had been furnished very well. The mini bar in the room had a ...
... a slow day, sleeping in then wandering around trendy East London, sipping tea and snacking on Japanese food. Much as we do on a lazy day in Melbourne. Don't tell anyone, but I think Melbourne does hipster and trendy cafés better than London. I didn't see as many beards, bummy jumpers or latte art as I would in Brunswick. We wandered around with Zoe and her friend Cara, then had dinner with Robert and Aprille, banding together to form part of our ...
... beetroot only patty. The patty was flavoured with mustard and tasted sweet. The garnish was a Greek zatziki which bit through the strong flavour of the beetroot and was well worth the money. The rain set in and we wandered through the foliage clad seating area before stopping in at Pret- a popular chain store that sells pre prepared lunches that are healthy and fairly priced. Being full from lunch, we chose a primrose and pomegranate juice to share and did some ...