Kensington Suite Hotel
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... and branded fitting and stylish tiling, makes the bathroom more realistic. There is hair dryer installed in the bathroom to quickly dry your hairs. The hygiene of your rooms is done daily, so that you can feel at ease when you are relaxing in your room. The beds are restful and bestow you warm and comfortable sleep. The Paddington court rooms London hotels have been put in with and oven, tea and coffee maker to give you a taste of freshness in the morning without ...
... got us safely to our destination.
Justin lives in an old part of London in an old “council
house” which he rents from the owner. The house is small but comfortable and is
easily accessible via both bus and rail. There is a nice park next door with
tennis courts and space to walk or relax.
Justin had a club hockey match scheduled for the afternoon
and we met up with a couple of his team mates ...
... as we had found a cheaper rate on another site. Club Carlson's best rate guarantee promises to match the best rate found and discount this by a further 25%. All of this had been confirmed with their claims department 2 months prior and on the email confirmation stated that this new rate was exclusive of breakfast but inclusive of VAT. We were then referred to the manager on duty who said we had misunderstood, it said breakfast excluded, VAT inclusive. Can ...
... tiny bits of red, the odd horse, some fellows don't look overly impressive as they do this I have to admit, it's much better afterwards when the crowds **** off, we manage some pictures of the palace, tell the guard we have a meeting with the Queen, are politely turned away and go to our next destination, Jack's tattoo parlour. This ends in failure seeing as they're booked out for ages and Jack's arms aren't big enough to fit the text he wanted.
Oxford street, the third stop ...
... our way to SW3 and our new digs in Knightsbridge. The neighbourhood was a bit more posh than before with a ridiculous number of Bentleys, Ferraris and Eastern Europeans who have drivers waiting out the front restaurants and bars while they hang out smoking turkish shisha out of big pipes - it has been quite an eye opener. I thing I much prefer the crew in Soho.
I decided to take the boys to the caves in Chiselhurst in Kent which took forever ...