The Marble Arch by Montcalm
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Marble Arch by Montcalm London
excellent services by the marble arch and very good staff i stayed 3 days with my family and i saw many good attractions close to this hotel like park, shopping center, cinema.
Thanks marble arch
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... as the shoes they gave us really grip. Thank Goodness! At the top the view was amazing even with the grey sky and misty far-off vision. Even though I do not like heights I had been determined to make the best of this adventure and I had a great time. To challenge myself and do it with my lovely sister has given me a beautiful memory I shall treasure. There are some photos of Sophie and Georges home and my strawberry plate completed, thanks for the photo ...
... as it probably would have taken me an hour or more to do the job (of course I'm exaggerating a bit).
My single room on the fifth floor was somewhat diminutive, but very clean and comfortable with an LCD TV, coffeemaker and a very up-to-date bathroom. Breakfast is included with a choice of items on the menu to satisfy just about every taste. While it's a bit of an effort to climb five flights of stairs, I'm sure I need the exercise. On Saturday I was moved to ...
... movie. There was screaming girls and we had no idea who the "movie stars" were. We walked to Covent Garden where Mum used to work. Mum knew the area really well and she was confident with the directions. We walked past the royal opera house where they were setting up the BAFTA awards show. We walked past the Nell Pub and that was pretty cool to hear the history of it. We then walked to St. Pauls church and ...
... later we left the shop with 3 big books and a few more postcards!
The whole time had been an absolute dream with no getting lost as the guide map is so easy to follow....until the discovery of the bigger bookshop.....there the confusion set in......just how to make up ones mind as to which of the many brilliant books to choose that one could afford (and whether they could be squeased into the luggage somehow)!!! A fine end to a marvellous art exploration!
... br> We believe that Hannah may be the youngest cyclist to complete the route on her own bike, while Gracie may be the youngest supported rider. Our girls do have the advantage though of being allowed by our government to be out of school for such a long period. Unfortunately many other countries don’t allow that luxury!
For now from me it’s over and out! Thanks for sharing the journey with us-we’ve loved all your comments and support over the ...