Premier Inn London Leicester Square
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... and you can see some of the archaeological remnants next to it in the display case. Gilly, now this would do a feast for the whole weekend. Porridge anyone?
I had to include a few Viking items. rusty axes, swords and shield bosses are all part of the fun. Another Anglo-Saxon surprise for me was all the glassware they had in the museum. Glasses, bowls, and glass drinking horns.
I can understand why these are all ...
... coach station to the night's accommodation was I suspect a taste of things to come.
Finally rested, I repacked the rucksack in the quiet Hammersmith afternoon. It is a beautiful summer’s day here on the solstice.
I look forward to getting aboard the truck and heading off tomorrow. I hope I get a good night's rest.
There are 366 railway stations in the London Travelcard Zones on an extensive above-ground suburban railway network. South London, particularly has a high concentration of railways as it fewer Underground lines. London houses Britain's busiest station - Waterloo, with over 184 million people using the interchange station complex (which includes Waterloo East station) each ...
... the growing canal system. It was one of the last canals to carry significant commercial traffic (through the 1950s) and is still open to traffic and is used by pleasure craft. The town has one of the largest concentrations of South Asian people outside of the Indian sub-continent and is especially known for its concentration of Punjabis.
Brentford is a town in west London, England and part of the London ...
... We were welcomed aboard with a glass of champagne before one of the cabin crew took orders for dinner. She had a note pad and pencil. Proper a la carte!! A bar complete with bar stools stood at the rear of the cabin. I’ll leave that to the frequent flyers, I thought. I’m happy to continue the party in my own little bubble.
As we were preparing for take-off, Roisin pointed out a familiar face sitting 2 seats away. Dame Kelly Holmes, British ...