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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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... and more and gives the tourist a reason to feel delighted about. There are many places which one can visit in and around Cumberland Palace. These places are interesting and provide the travel quotient in this part of the world. Exciting and adventurous these are the best ways one can enjoy tours here in this enchanting city of London.
Speaker’s Corner is a spiritual habitat of the British ...
... up watching the whole movie but that's ok because I really enjoyed it. I later regretted it because I got little sleep since the movie was too long. When we were in the immigration line I can just feel that my body is telling me to get your butt to bed but I had to be on alert because people were everywhere. As some of you know I am very overprotective (pray for my future husband). I made sure everyone have there backpacks in front of ...
... journey to Heathrow. Once there I recognised a few of my fellow cyclists and it was less daunting having met them before - there was Sue, Adrian, Sylvia, Liz, Gill, Graham, Bill and Sue, Ian, Alan, Chris and Phil, Tom, Colin.
At Heathrow we checked in and not fancying a window seat I asked for an aisle seat, which they managed to give me.
Sylvia, Graham Wood and I had a bite to eat and ...
... but the outside was interesting enough. There were red flowers surrounding the castle almost like a red moat in memory of WWI and WWII. Just around the corner, we stopped for photo ops in front of the Tower bridge. Next, we took a short river tour down the Thames river, past a school, london bridge, the eye, big ben, and parliament buildings, to name a few. We got off near big ben, and walked down the street ...
... to Big Ben, Westminster Cathedral and of course Parlaiment. The kids got tickets and rode the London Eye and I got tickets for everyone for a cruise down the river Thames. Our destination was Bankside, where the Globe Theater resides.
Highlight of the trip for me was to step into the hallowed grounds of the Globe. It is just amazing to be ...