Quality Hotel London-Wembley Stadium
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... playing area so when it rained and it did rain the boys were warm and dry. After the game, when the fun started, they waited and watched the presentation of the cup. Which is done differently to us. The teams mount a designated stairway and proceed along in front of the dignitaries, the losers first then the winning captain and whoever lift the cup in celebration and hand it along to all the other players. Leaving the venue by ...
... Simon that I met in Heathrow; he had found a friend in London that was willing to meet up with me and loan me money that he would wire to her. How sweet is he?! I met him once on the way to Swansea and spent 4 hours on the bus with him, but he was going to trust me and went to all that bother just to help! So incredibly thankful. I then received more good news from my mom that there was another western union about 30 mins walk away and they were open ...
... head, but the jewels since are quite beautiful. Maces, gold banquet utensils including a giant punch bowl; but the crowns are the coup de gras. The giant sapphires, diamonds and pearls in the queen's two crowns are impressive. Lynda got told off for taking pictures of the Crown Jewels - twice - ooh wah! Then we visited the museum that contains all manner of guns, cannons, armour, swords; and from all ages ...
... with a view of the Thames. We are relaxing in the Executive Lounge until our room is ready at 10:30. I'll get pictures when we get in. The best part of the lounge is FREE PEPSI!!!! Met some great people already including a fellow Rick Steves follower. She had her book out and was doing research for her day. I'm ready to explore. Look out London, here I ...
... best exhibitions you're likely to see, and highlights for me included handwritten manuscripts from Jane Austen (Persuasion) and Charlotte Bronte (Jane Eyre). You can also see original works from composers such as Mozart and Beethoven, and letters and drawings by the likes of Michelangelo and da Vinci, as well as the big ones: the Magna Carta, and a Gutenberg Bible. Treasures indeed, and well worth a look if you're ever in London. They rotate the collection all the time, so you ...