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- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... s, House of Fraser and John Lewis. Regent and Bond street house higher end global brands and boutiques. I'm here for the semi-annual sales. In England, stores have huge sales twice a year. They follow the tradition of stock clean out and transition from one overarching season to another. Managing sales this way allows the shops to sell more at full-price. No one wants to risk waiting for the sales for the things they want. More merch sold at ...
... photos and x-rays to get through to the departure area. Two floors of shops including Harrods so another quick look around getting something to eat and finding a seat. Lots of BA plane around including several 747s.
We had a wait until the departure gate number came up then we headed to gate A2 and waited there until we could board an A321 which is an extended A320. A very full flight and we were late heading out to take off with quite a queue behind us.
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Massage Parlor in London:
Lately, there has been a good increase in the massage industry. At present, you will find many massage centers in all parts ...
... Room charges are pretty competitive, at least compared to the lodging options which are less than a mile far from the Oxford Street. The region also has a fine mix of housing cuisine to all budgets, which is again something you would not find easily at center of London.
Paddington Station Area
The heart of the Paddington region is the rail station. The station is the boundary for an extensive variety of rail services. There are ...
... was interesting, engaging, and very into the subject. No one on the tour was from the UK, and everyone had read all of the Harry Potter books and seen at least one of the movies. It was so cool to be in a group like that! We learned both about J. K. Rowling's inspiration for the books and got to see places around London where bits of the movies were ...