Premier Inn London Docklands - Excel
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... to get of to have a look around this castle. We bypassed the first queue with our London Pass and went on our way. During our time we had a look at many of the sites including the Royal mint. One queue we couldn't bypass was the line for the crown jewels and the coronation spoon, with about a wait of 40 minutes, and that was just for the spoon. After we finished we got some lunch and jumped on the Thames river cruise to Westminster, seeing many sights from the Thames ...
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... all the hotel services and also take care of the local information which makes sure that the stays in the hotel are comfortable. The Eccleston Square has great technological services and the amazing shower walls make the entire experience memorable. There are televisions which are hidden behind the bathroom mirrors and these are the small things that make the stay here exquisite.
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Yesterday we went to Lord's stadium to tour and learn to play cricket. I was in the first group that learned to play the game cricket. First off we learned how to pitch the ball, which is actually called bowling. To bowl the ball, you throwing arm goes into a a figure 6, and your other arm gains momentum. When you pitch you also run instead of standing on a mound, unlike baseball. We played cricket ...
... into Bedouin life here in the desert. It's an experience I won't forget. Yesterday afternoon as I rode around with the camel guide we stopped for a break and he drew a grid in the sand, then produced 3 white stones and 3 black stones and taught me how to play a game similar to noughts and crosses. I'm pretty sure that wouldn't have happened in a larger group! Tonight we've been told we'll be joined by 5 others. It turned out to be a different experience as the guides didn't eat ...