Premier Inn Gravesend Central
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What I believed was The Passage, ended up being the Hudson River (named after me). I am upset I haven't reached my desire goal, but along the way I did view some of the most serene and beautiful aspects of nature. The great deal of cliffs I saw amazed me, as they were surrounded with great oaks. This calmed me during the moment but I was still eager to get back to my exposition. Then we encountered another group of Indians ...
... talk about why he choose this play, and some of the insights into what the play is about. I wish that I had had this talk before actually going to see the show. I think I would have like the show more, as this talk prepared me for what I saw. This talk, was also being recorded to become a National Theatre podcast presentation, so that was cool.
After the talk, I became a pseudo leader, as I had to be the person to pick up the tickets ...
... 8217;s appetite by offering them with some mind blowing English cuisines. Since, the city of London is popular for being culturally diversified; one can easily get to find a number of international delicacies prepared throughout the world.
For the art lovers, taking a stop off at the Tate Modern is what everyone does. You will be thrilled to find some great collections of modern art over there. The most amazing part is Tate Modern is ...
... I was off to the Southwark Cathedral, on the walk down I was able to see the very modern city hall as well as the HMS Belfast. The cathedral was stunning on the inside, I wish I was able to take pictures, but they required a donation of 2 pounds, and I really didn't feel like paying it to just photograph the inside. Two of the most interesting things about the cathedral was the Harvard chapel in which the founder of Harvard was baptized in 1608, the ...
... viewing platform looking into the stadium from the roof we were given free reign over the spectator area. Unfortunately we couldn't go onto the track, as there was (expensive) Segway racing around the track. That evening we went to the Bookworm for dinner and then took a taxi back to the hotel as we were all quite tired.
The following day we had an amazing day on the Great Wall with Beijing Hikers. We met at a hotel on the outskirts ...