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... alone as I see various places of interest from my own viewpoint.
However, in Dublin, I decided to take some
tours such as a half day bus tour, a walking tour and a guided tour of the
Louvre. That gave an opportunity to meet some travelling companions and get
pertinent information of each place from an expert guide. Although I did not
know the language very well, I did learn a few useful phrases that helped me a
lot in getting close and warm ...
... end of hurricane Gonzalo - It was a tad breezy outdoors with quite a few of the giant planter pots fallen over. Perhaps we deserved it after being spoilt by weeks of blissful weather. However we did avoid the showers by taking ourselves by tube to the V&A museum which was, of course, stunning. In the course of coveting all of the most beautiful objects made by human beings, I disgraced myself not once but twice. Swept up by the ...
... in London is the Tower Bridge, London Eye, Trafalgar, Madame Tussauds, Buckingham Palace, Portobello Market and many more places.
This hotel is known to offer amazing room amenities that will make sure your stay is comfortable. The hotel rooms consist of coffee and tea making equipments as well are air conditioned. They also have complimentary toiletries, plasma TV and hair dryer. Other facilities provided by them are ...
For those who find themselves in London often, they will know that this capital is far from inexpensive to stay in. Many people come in and out of London for numerous purposes and need to make their trips as cost effective as possible. The city of London also offers numerous discounts for all purposes be it for accommodation or food or and ancillary or additional services you might require during your stay such as taxi facilities, ...
... for lunch. We all had the risotto which was really good! After lunch, I walked down Oxford Street (nothing worth worrying about this end of Oxford Street), up Regent Street and then through Carnaby (by far the most interesting). Had a lovely dinner and great catch-up with Ryan and Grace at Dean Street ...