Premier Inn London Beckton
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... eespecially standing or walking in the sun. We then headed down to Buckingham Palace to watch the Changing of the Gaurd. We were quite early so were standing by the fence when Steve pointed out one of our workmates we knew was arriving in London yesterday. By pure chance Ellyse ended up 2 metres away from us looking at the palace. We caught up quickly before she headed back to her Hop On Hop Off Bus tour.
Steve and ...
... Germans are unidentified, because of the looting that took place. The Allies % is much lower as they took much better care of their dead, being the victors.
Our guide also told us that the people in the Normandy area were mainly illiterate farmers and peasants who didn't really know what was going on in the world, in the war. they didn't have radios. When the Germans came in to occupy, they came in peacefully, blended in, built relationships, dated the ...
... one does not have to bring one’s own device as there are special facilities provided. London hotels have the best of in room tablets these days and these are making the stays more convenient here. The hotel provides pleasures like turning off the lights and turning them on, changing the television channel, booking a taxi and ordering room service and thus the tourists are sure to enjoy their stays here in peace
It is interesting how you can become quite
friendly with some people in Dublin although most unintentionally. I am the
lonely type of person who likes to keeps to himself most of the time, which is
one of the reasons I like to travel solo. However, in Dublin, I just could not
save the virginity of my lonely image as I became extremely friendly with a
group of people to the extent that I could even call them Anam Cara which means
... went off and woke the whole hotel! Hahaha We have actually had a busy day sightseeing today, so I have lots of piccys. No buffet breakfast included this time so we wandered up the street and came across a little French cafe, just the place for brekky. Chowed down on granola and yoghurt and some toast - yum. Lots of yummy bagels, baguettes and pastries here ... Might come back tomorrow :) Off on our day ...