Radisson Blu Edwardian Leicester Square Hotel
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On our way to Prague, we had a fitting layover in London. That's where we first met 11 1/2 years ago. We share a certain affinity for London including the fact that they appropriately use the term "baggage reclaimation". It just makes more sense than "baggage claim" doesn't it? I mean, it was already my bag, so I'm just reclaiming ...
... definitely feel wonderful about the idea of checking out some amazing tourist hot spots and that too in a fabulous manner.
While planning out your travel itinerary, you must read a few travel blogs which have been made by experienced London visitors. They are the best people to enlighten you with several travel enriching facts which you must have an idea of. Without planning your London tour, it is kind of impossible to even opt for a ...
... and a total of 4 stalls were open. Today it was packed to the brim with fruits, vegetables, meats, milks, wines, sweets, bread and cheeses - so many cheeses.
I shouldn't have bothered having lunch, I could have gone around and tasted all of them and be done with.
Which I did anyway. The cheeses. All of the cheeses. So nice!
... br> "I wake up with a burning sensation, luckily it is my **** and not my
cock. So off I pop to the loo, some sort of
liquid explosion erupts beneath me as the toilet is sprayed with a
healthy brown colour ... I sit there squirting for another five minutes
before deciding enough is enough ... I walk out the door to find a hot
girl waiting for the toilet, ...
... were micing problems similar to those that I have experienced in university/amateur productions (such as mics not being switched on meaning dialogue was missed, or mics breaking half way through). All in all though, it was an incredible night and one that I will remember for years to come...and who knows, it might be me one day!
After the concert, we made our way back to Cockfosters for the drive up to Uppingham for a week of musical theatre at their annual Summer School...