Premier Inn Stevenage North Hotel
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... that has a slow sell through. They will always have a sale rack somewhere, but massive sales are only twice a year. This is true in Australia as well. One of my pet peeves about London sales is the window display that accompanies it. Usually they pull out every sale sign they have in the back from whatever year and in whatever condition and just stick them all everywhere with no design or purpose. They seem to have cleaned this up a bit this ...
... not believe the condition they were in. Absolutely beautiful. We stayed in Camden Market for most of the day after breakfast. This place had so much to see and look at. I bought a tapestry and a leather purse that the woman gave me a discount on :) Haley and I before leaving went inside of this AWESOME rave store called Cyberdog. They ...
- Staff: The staff of London massage salon is well qualifies and skillful. They are the vital asset of the center as they are the one who offer the massage service to the customer. They are very professional in their type of work. They understand the different methods of massage in addition the careful tips and guidance that the client must be aware of. They are always willing to listen to your individual preference of massage method and ...
... pie and Fish & Chip shops. There are two main and popular chain restaurants right away outside the station, the Aberdeen Angus Steak House and Garfunkels below the Mercure Hotel.
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I spent this morning 'planting' clay poppies at the Tower of London as part of their World War 1 commemorative installation piece.
The installation is the creation of life ceramicist Paul Cummin and stage designer Tom Piper. Paul, along with a team of artists, created the poppies from clay in his studio, which were then packed up and sent to the Tower of London, where hundreds of volunteers put ...