Premier Inn Maidstone (Leybourne) Hotel
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... therapeutic massages, skin toning, facial treatments as well as muscle building and linked physical wellness programs that can bring about the advancement in your health and look.
The Montcalm hotel spa is noted for offering many services to its visitors. You can take a sauna, steam and shower, massages for the ornamentation and improvement of your health. You can opt for a wellness program or medicated baths. One of the facilities that are extremely ...
... tiny terraced houses are on offer for
a cool 7million pound! Wow. On we went to pick up our ordinary car at
Marble Arch, so we walked through Hyde Park one last time.
The car pick up proved interesting....we asked
for a full sized sedan, as the website said, an Octavia or similar. We were given a Volvo hatchback which clearly
wasn't going to fit all our luggage in it, so after ...
... so ultimately tragic in general. After we came back up to street level, we rounded to the front side of the parliamentary buildings, and walked past Downing Street. I'm not entirely sure how this can still be called a street to be honest - the whole front is barricaded up like its Fort Knox, not even a mouse could get in there. It was a bit of a 'down'er! I wasn't down for long though, because shortly after, outside of the House Guards Parade area, Dad stepped in ...
... saw her wedding dress. I was really surprised how small the rooms were and the bed was a wee shorty one. Finished that tour and walked back to the neighbourhood I’m staying in.
Stopped into the Sussex Arms where I had a cider and black. The barmaid recognised me from the day before and remembered what I had. The place was exactly what I imagined London pubs to ...
... his own church, married 8 wives and had most beheaded, and then died in a state of madness from neurosyphilis! Something that today you treat with an injection in the butt of good old penicillin. We decided to head home earlier tonight, via M&S to get dinner. Had a quiet evening at home watching the soccer or the back of our eyeballs! I won't tell you who was doing what :) Anyway the sun has just gone down - 9:45 pm - and it s bed time. Until ...