London Visitors Hotel
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... station, and checked out where/time. (Check) Had a picnic lunch (courtesy of Sainbury's - supermarket), then headed off on a double decker bus to explore the South Bank, then Chelsea and Kensington, then headed back to the London Eye, timing our visit for a day/twilight experience. Abbie and I found ourselves a warm, cosy restaurant and had a coffee and hot chocolate while we waited. We then walked back in the direction of Covent Garden, ...
... that is provided by them in London. They have the best range of different facilities by which you can select the best that suits you and your pocket. They have the best of the best service for their clients. They also have a wellness plan in addition to a health center where the client can refresh himself or herself. They make sure that their client is satisfied and happy with their service. All their facilities are accessible at inexpensive rate. The ...
... I just went out under a tree and did nothing.
It was pure bliss.
I love this cottage and I would honestly buy it off Tim and Chris if ever they sold it. It's beautifu. And calm. It peacefully tells me to calm my **** and breathe.
So I love it here.
... Garden to see the shops and artisan works, and then a stroll back to Bloomsbury/Russell Park for what we had been waiting for all day - Indian food! (and a beer for me!). We found a tinny little authentic resto and were rewarded with a delicious meal.
Off to the train station at Euston, and then the overnighter to Leuchars - St. Andrews - let see how this works...as we're only 14 minutes ...
... and window and the Tomb of John Grover who was the Poet Laureate to King Richard II and King Henry IV. Cathedrals always amaze me at how beautiful they are on the inside, and this one was no exception, I am really looking forward to seeing St. Paul's Cathedral tomorrow and comparing the two. After the cathedral I took a lunch break at the Borough Market. I was completely impressed with how cool this was. There was food booths everywhere with peddlers ...