Ibis London Greenwich
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... classy family accommodation which provides a great stay and at the same time which is perfectly reasonable on the pocket, these are the kind of hotels you are looking for. The fabrics and textiles used in their rooms talk of nothing short of luxury and once you enter one of these hotels you know you are going to visit this hotel every time you enter the city of London.
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These are the classic royal example ...
... we'd walked through, and behind the Victoria Memorial. The Victoria Memorial position was easiest to access and there was still plenty of front row space behind the rail - we were told the main thoroughfare between that rail and the gates had to be kept clear, as this is where the Guard would be marching. There were quite a few police officers on hand to direct people to the correct places, as well as warning punters about bag security and pickpockets.
... brightly coloured and crazily decorated old cars were for as we zoomed past. The cars certainly brightened up a rather dreary Dover as we arrived in thick mist and boarded the ferry to much thumbs ups and waves from our fellow passengers. The original plan had been for to get as far as Ghent in Belgium for the Sunday night, however discussing plans with The Ghostbusters and Eat, Sleep, Rally Repeat and given that we'd arrive in France two ...
... though doesn't seem right without dim sims and potato cakes lol!
Then it was off to theatre! We booked tickets to see the Lion King and... wow! I wasn't sure how the movie would translate to stage, but the creative costuming, props and great acting made it one of the best theatre shows I've seen. Just amazing.
Now if only I could get the Circle of Life out of my ...
... for a good story! While travelling you never know what could happen so make sure you do everything you wanted and more! Nikita and I were lucky enough to put a lock on the original lock bridge in Paris, only to hear less than a week later it had collapsed and locks were no longer allowed to be put on the bridge. Going on a contiki there are a few things you learn and start to appreciate very fast: 1. Travel with the motto No Regrets and you're guaranteed a ...