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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... a much needed break! The Thames watermen are not only very knowledgeable and informative but also their Cockney patter and humour, all delivered deadpan, had everyone onboard the boat chuckling and giggling. There were such gems as, "Over here on our left we have the 'old houses of negotiable affection,'" and "On our right is the Tate Modern with its Contemporary, Retrospective, Art Pieces"!! And of the London Eye, "You can now get married at the top of the Eye and then, I'm ...
... we bounce around for the next few months. We smash a few coffees to kick off any fatigue kicking in and relax to some tv as the weather outside got worse and the cold was setting in. We head off to the Whole Food market, got our food supplies for the next few days and grabbed some Mexican from the small cafeteria type place there. So much better than the ones we had in NYC. Tim took us down to Piccadilly town centre and we had a quick look ...
... on their heads getting off the airport buses and making for passport control - no queues for them. Those travellers from our flight queued nicely and we were into Egypt. Baggage collected then the taxi scrum. Dropped at the hotel which is in Giza, cannot see the pyramids for the smog but on a clear day we should be able to see them from the balcony. Warm and ...
After an unceremonious break up by my boyfriend via an email and then no further discussion or contact, I really did not know how to cope. We had been planning my visit to Sweden to see him in a months time and do some travel of Europe together. I was going to spend as much time there as I could for the year so we wouldn't have to do so much 'long distance' - after 13 months together every single day, how do we go back to being apart?
Obviously, he couldn't. And so it ...
... people for religious purposes. Once the Romans left, the baths were somehow forgotten and the city was built over them. It was interesting to see the excavated ruins and hot springs. It was hard to grasp that after the Romans left, the baths were used for a few hundred years and then fell into disrepair. In the dark ages, this would have had to have been the most impressive building in the town, so why "let" it crumble? We assume that they just ...