London City Hotel
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... on the wall is art hey. Apparently I'm to contemplate my reflection etc, etc or paint a large piece of canvas grey and hey presto that's art. Arrange a couple of metres of white cloth around a jar , that's art Fair dinkum, I don't get it. Anyhow there is a coffee shop so we can contemplate this mordern art. There are some Andy Warhol works on Marilyn Monroe (big deal) and one Sidney Nolan.....hmmmm. Lots of stuff that I just do not understand how ...
... of diseases by identifying many patterns of imbalance, would obviously apply the other forms of therapies. This actually affects healthy by using many diagnostic techniques. This is the best way treatment is given usually to initial diagnosis and one loves to adopt these techniques while going on for a spa treatment. The best way to diagnose, prevent and identify the best methods of treatment for spa rejuvenation is to bring back the ...
... amp;M themed things and select your own M&M
mix and match m&ms. It is amazing in there (and when we returned Saturday
it was packed- you could hardly move).
Following this we had dinner at Pizza Express, as we had a voucher. This chain
of restaurants is all over London, but has really nice food. We then went to
Her Majesty’s Theatre and watched one of my favourites- The Phantom of the
Opera. We were lucky enough to have seats in ...
... away from the tower. I felt so bad for the woman working; there were only two and they were sweating trying to serve the afternoon rush. This bar didn't serve tap water, and so we just didn't order drinks. But because the wait was so long, the woman at the bar gave us any drink on the house - that was a plus! For lunch, Tom got Fish N' Chips and I got a Club sandwich. Both were great! Although you don't tip, we left them 3 pounds and I wrote them a note that said "Awesome ...
... was only 2 stations. Exited the train and followed the directions to the Eurostar - last "hurdle", get to the barrier and it needs a ticket to open it which I don't have. I asked a very nice young Frenchman and he took my bag and I "piggybacked" him thought the gate when he swiped his card. Certainly made up for the horrid Frenchman at Lyon airport! Get to the Eurostar entrance to notice there is a huge long queue and actually no one is ...