Kensington Gardens Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... although not be that costly. You could
moreover opt for window-shopping to Sotheby's if you want. Apart from this, there
are few other things that you can enjoy for free. The below list must aid,
whether it is booze, views or loos you want to enjoy in. The suggestions underneath
are fully free, in a few cases the ...
... indoor space and a small Lebanese restaurant opposite Harrods seemed just the right place. We spent a pleasant hour over lunch and then headed back to Harrods to explore. There was plenty of fun had in the chocolate section, where there was chocolates of every kind imaginable. Over the next two hours we went up another four floors exploring games, furniture, expensive mens and womens clothing, perfumery, food etc. Every items ...
We headed out to the popular bar area around 12:30 and did some recon on bars that would be fun to go to when the rest of the group arrived as well. The drinks were delicious but I learned a very valuable lesson; never try to go drink for drink with an Irish man, it will never end in your favor. Needless to say I drank too much but it was such a blast. But now all I want is a cheeseburger or a giant chiptole burrito, or actually just anything at this point, but have no ...
... I hadn’t been back there for ten years, when I last stayed with some distant relatives. I had let them know that I’d be in England and asked if they wanted to meet up, and they invited me to stay for a night. Although they’re both in the 80s, they’re lively and a great deal of fun. I settled in, and after a quick trip to town so my cousin’s husband could drop by the doctor’s, we had a lovely lunch and then went out ...
... one my mums strongest skills- not spending money, again not something I have inherited) and somehow our dad managed to resist buying his favourite gals a Mulberry bag each (if he knew how much one cost, his face would be like a cartoon, his jaw would drop, his tongue would roll out and his eyes out pop out his head) After buying a tree decoration and some fake snow, we went onto the Winter Wonderland for a walk round, stopping quickly for a mulled wine (well it ...