Quality Hotel London-Wembley Stadium
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... was from, Sam quickly answered, "Canada." Diplomacy.
We met up again in the evening for the play Wicked. I booked our tickets about six months ago, in line with my goal to plan ahead and get terrific seats. Leaving the family outside the theater, I approached the British equivalent of Will Call with my iPad at the ready, confirmation already pulled up for inspection. To my disappointment, the man behind the counter simply asked for my ...
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... I continued to wait.
At last, a white and shiny long distance coach turned right and up the steep incline of the station's entrance from the main road, its sharp LED lights above the driver showing a crisp '580 – London’. My heart skipped. I fumbled the A4 printout of a bar-coded ticket, and showed it to a large man dressed in a shirt that lacked the length to wrap beneath his protruding midriff and reach the waist of his loose-fitting navy ...
... reducing stacks of oranges. Spices, figs, almonds and dates were weighed and bagged. Monkeys pinched tourists’ backsides. Snake charmers tormented all with their exotically random fluting.
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