Premier Inn Croydon West
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... associated, including personalised M&Ms. Spot of shopping on Oxford Street before dinner at Côte. We shared a Fish Parmentier (prawns, salmon, haddock and cod in a creamy sauce, topped with mashed potato) with Reblochon Pissal (flatbread with caramelised onion and cheese). Dark chocolate mousse was pretty good too. Then a complimentary French liqueur called Jenever (pear overtones) which was ...
... of longitude on the map. However Robyn wasn't making that hike so we headed back to central London which was a bit of an adventure because the train we wanted to take back was out of service. We ended up taking the Thames Clipper further down river where we could catch the tube and then worked our way to St Paul Cathedral. There was a free organ concert that Robyn wanted to catch ...
... and holding cells where they kept the prisoners before they were executed. The walls were covered in words and pictures that the prisoners had carved into the stone walls. It was written in an old Latin language that was translated for us on signs. It was very interesting and most of them wrote to God and asked for forgiveness. Others were not so remorseful and wrote sayings, lovers names and made ...
... executions have taken place in the Tower itself, mostly during the Tudor age. Still, the Wakefield Tower's dedication to Torture, exclusively, is a testament to the enduring presence torture has in the history of the Tower.
After this, we took a tour of the Bloody Tower, which is set up as a rather bland "whodunnit" regarding the Princes' murders, and then we headed across the Tower Green--the place where executions, including those ...
... I was a coward so he tried to get in my head. He claimed himself to be more man than me. I straightened up at told him to take his blow. The green sash that was suppose to be protecting me and I believe it was. However, the knight's first attempt, he didn't succeed, but the second attempt he cut even to make me bleed. My head still remained on my shoulders, I strapped up quickly ready to finish him. I was then angry but I realized that ...