Premier Inn London Docklands - Excel
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... with this as he was not interested in seeing wax models of celebrities but was outvoted 3 to 1, so the tickets were purchased.
We then found ourselves with two hours to spare before our tour so we took the chance to jump on a tube to Paddington Station and visit the Station made famous in the Paddington Bear books and more recently the movie Paddington which we saw back in January at St Antonin Noble Val. After a couple of photos at the landmarks we made our ...
... In case you have decided on a venue but find that parking is a problem, you could opt for shuttle buses or vans to ferry guests to the event. However if the guest list is hefty and they would prefer to use their own transport then you would need to search for a venue with ample parking space. The parking must be in close proximity to the venue to make it convenient both for guests and vendors.
Space: Another key area to consider is the ...
It's been a very long day. We took the train into the city, had a wonderful dinner, giving us just a tiny taste of London. Can't wait to come back for more next week. PS. We are cranky when we're jet lagged <b>THE TOP FIVE THINGS WE LEARNED AND LOVED ABOUT LONDON TODAY</b> 1) Londoners seem very polite. "Please mind the gap" has now been added to our ...
... chat that when it ended, we were actually happier for having had it.
I then went over to a cafe to get a tea, because it was cold. Like fingers frozen through gloved hands in pockets cold.
I only had an hour or so there before I went to the Thames. Just to walk. It was so beautiful at this time of night. Not just the lights, but the people. ...
... at all - the American woman in front of me was very rude indeed. "Back off, kid," she said. His mother, who stayed behind me the entire time, was very diplomatic. She just said perhaps he could have a look too, but the no-nonsense American was blunt, saying she was there first. I understand that, but he wouldn't have been in her way. It wouldn't have taken much to just let him have a peek. Eventually the woman and boy gave up and moved on. Not 10 seconds ...