Premier Inn London Kew
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... and so we felt we had a lot to fit in on day 3. There just wasn't enough time for a show. Plus we knew most of the shows on our list may be hard to come by at a good price point.
It doesn't even matter though, day 3 was still awesome.
We started out the morning by taking the tube station to the Tower of London. We decided to check out the Crown Jewels first and it ended up being the best decision because when we came out there was a long line to get ...
... ever in. Ai group of deaf people who spend the whole night talking sign language! And I got to know what they liked at the bar so I could sign 'same again' to them and get their order quickly. It was awesome to see. - a guy came in and asked for cider and called in Orchard Pig. What. So I've had Cornish George and Orchard Pig. You'd never know it was actually called Cornish Orchards. - When we do food service upstairs, we keep it just for dining and not ...
... housekeeping staffs are there to provide services round the clock. Bars are open for twenty four hours.Weekends in the hotel are made special with live concerts and more. Different kinds of programs and functions are arranged for the guest. All sorts of meal are made available. They are cooked fresh and with best ingredients. Rooms are made such that they suit the demand and choice of our customers.
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... dont cut it as "beer". Great vacation home they have in Devon - actually an old chapel - another tiny village with a "great Pub". For us also - it was a trip down memory lane to ride the train from good old Waterloo Station (45 minutes) and visit a typical British village, typical lovely Brit home and lovely lunch albeit just for a short time. Train seemed ever so much more organized - actually quite new seating etc - ...
For a change of pace we took the Skytrain to the airport. It was a fun trip but given the amount of extra walking it added to the day it might not have been the smartest thing to do. No hassles with checking in and were fast tracked through security etc. The nine & a half hour flight felt like it took forever. I spilled cups of liquid twice. Once on myself and once on hubby and our stuff. Hubby said "Woman you are a menace" and I don't blame him. He was right ; ...