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... as the Park Grand London Paddington. Staying in a centrally placed hotel will also make it easy for you to explore the remainder of London once you have enjoyed the delights of the Dungeon or will ensure you can make a return visit during your stay if you really wanted to!
As with any popular attraction, it is always worth planning ahead if you want to visit. Not only will it make your experience more enjoyable but it will also ...
... of those benches by the side of the lake and experience the tranquility for some more time. This lake is truly one of the few places in the capital city of England which lets the travelers to get away from the hustle bustle of the city. You must treasure your experience over here in order to come up with a beautiful life back from the trip.
Serpentine has taken its name from its snakelike curving shape. It is an artificial lake which has been design to appear ...
... the beginning of the monstrous day that laid ahead. We had arrived at the local chocolate festival in London. Harry was wearing his Chelsea jersey that he had bought in Liverpool. The chocolate festival was amazing but not only that the crowd was huge. It was so big that there were plenty of police around to control what happened next.
Harry pulled up next to a stall only to find a group of liverpool fanatics surrounding us. Then a small fight broke out between Harry and ...
... well Liam and Dave, Herse isn't here yet. They've sorted out through a promoter for some cheap drinks in this rooftop club, it looks awesome from the ground floor. We go up in the lfit, because if we went down we'd never get there.
In the toilets Ganzer and I put away some lines, there's a strongly opinionated Harry Potter discussion going on at the table (how are we not surrounded by ladies?) over what J.K. Rowling will be doing with these new movies and ...
... there are services and prayer held every day. It is has a huge dome structure that you can climb the stairs to. The first viewing platform takes you to the very base of the dome and it shows you inside the church. The next viewing platform takes you to the top of the building and it gives you great views over London. The only issue is that it is 528 steps to the top and the stairs at times are very narrow, you have to squeeze to fit and the remaining are ...