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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... a garden but more like a market with street theatre performers. It's really cool that basically everywhere you go there are people putting on these street theatre shows like this guy was on a massive unicycle and the other was a band playing at Trafalgar Square. Ron bought me a really cool present of a photo holder with my name made into it, he made them out of a piece of steel right infront of us. Then we ...
... had zero metal on me so we were definitely targeted. No way I could have smuggled anything through the physical check.
Even better meals and more leg space than the previous flight; a USB plug for charging my phone, and even a menu for the fancy meals. The wine was rather respectable as well, and we had a huge choice of movies to watch. We let down into Mumbai at about noon on Jan ...
Visiting London is exciting because of two reasons. It has so many things to offer to its visit. Starting from the natural beauty of the place to that of the massive infrastructures are all worth visiting. People planning to visit London must take out time to visit the most important places f all. The important places are noted for various reasons. The first of all is the location, the overwhelming structures and the collection stored inside each. Therefore all ...
... Staying in
Hyde Park need not specifically be for tourists across the globe. Even native
Londoners who decide to take a chill pill can choose to stay in one of these
places. The gardens and the atmosphere is very mind stimulating and enhance
peace in one’s mind.
The Hyde Park
is full of fresh air even though it is in the city. You will know what the park
looks like once you start getting there. It is also a wonderful location ...
... over London Bridge and the beautiful Tower Bridge and around the Tower of London where I want to go tomorrow. We passed the Monument marking the place where the Great Fire of London started and over the Thames on the Southwark Bridge where we could see Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre. Crossing the Thames again by the Blackfriar’s bridge we drove along the Victoria Embankment, crossing the river again at the Westminister bridge and seeing the iconic ...