Ibis London Stratford
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... it quite fine...about 40 minutes until Once started. But I got the picture I wanted. With Kit Harrington. Now for people who follow popular things, he was from the Hunger Games. For me, who doesn't watch that...he was simply the actor from this movie who did a fantastic job. I didn't have a clue who he was or how big he was. Until I posted the photo on Instagram. Then I found out. I ran from the premiere, past work and up to Once. ...
... here are very popular and have been topping in the list of hotel services in London. Visiting this beautiful city would bring you closer to places like Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens, and Paddington etc. It is a special experience to feel this and it is important to know that all tourists going to London would surely like to know more about the place. For this we have the information centers in the city which are located across the entire region. Europe tours ...
... choices to offer, and the high definition TV had nearly every channel that we could have needed. While all of this is standard service for every quality hotel, the courteous staff and their thoughtfulness went a long way in making our experience even more special.
After confirming your accommodation, it's time to hit the road. Paddington being one of the most important districts of Central London is connected to rest of London ...
... while the rain trickled steadily upon the window. We wandered back via tube at rush hour. I hate escalators and for me, our tube route created a huge challenge- literally thousands of people speed walking and running up escalators leaves no time for dawdling, and no opportunity to gather confidence. I survived it without mishap but felt pretty lucky I did not have to join the well dressed, rushing strangers on a daily basis We went to the pub with our flat mates later in ...
... bit better but still can't walk very far without stopping. The British Museum was smashing as usual. I was thrilled to see the Sutton Hoo exhibition, especially as it covered a whole lot of hoardes that had been found since the 18th century and had some of the most astonishing stuff. Because there were no banks burying stuff was the safest way to preserve your wealth in troubled times, and it's just amazing the amount of stuff they are still digging up. There was ...