King Solomon Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
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... think about the people who work there -- they want to get home by a decent hour" -- then hire more people / have two shifts;
2) "in Germany / (whatever other country), no stores are open on Sunday / (whatever other time)" - not the same.
Prices for these admissions aren't cheap (£20), so it doesn't seem that likely that they'd be losing money on the extra hours, either.
We walked a ton today (well, 12 miles+ according to my iPhone), so got ...
... to see me. They are the owners of the Hostel and one of the workers (Rod, Jenny, and Kraig). It meant so much to me because I know that they care about our friendship as much as I do. I am lucky because I know that I have made lifelong friends with them. I included pictures of us hanging out around the city. They also met all my classmates at a gallery opening, I took them to the studio to see what I do and they hung out with Kristina, my closest friends here, ...
Always there are little things that happen, but not always do I remember about them until after I've published the entry where they originally fit. So like always, here are a collection of random London moments for you! I was in Hyde Park and there were two guys about my age walking past where I was sitting. from the front I guess you could say they were a bit 'harsh' looking. Baggy black jeans with chains, those odd looking ...
... walked back into Covent Garden and ate a delicious meal at the Punch & Judy Pub and reminisced.
We then walked back to Regent Street, looking in shops and soaking up the atmosphere. We walked from Picadilly Circus to Oxford Circus.
We stopped along the way to take in the beautiful scene. It is so lovely lit up at night.
We then caught the tube back to our flat.
A major bag packing operation & now to sleep.
... Moffat and Johnny Dawes following on top rope. This climb was to publicise the plight of Canada’s Inuit people. In May 2003, to highlight the Chinese policies in Tibet, BASE jumper and stuntman Gary Conner parachuted from the top of the column.
Besides Nelson’s Column in London, other such monuments have been erected in other parts of the world also such as a 44-metre high obelisk on Glasgow Green in Glasgow, Scotland that was erected in 1806. ...