Radisson Blu Edwardian Leicester Square Hotel
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... charged was double what it should be so they had to cancel the transaction and start again . This time the manager did it and we got a sensible price. By the time we drove out to head for the M 25 it was 11-30. We were not impressed.
We were on our way to Bristol to stay with my very old friends Kath and Tom. They live in what was once a very rural area which is nowadays bounded by a two motorways and a railway. We had a bit of difficulty getting to ...
... at the top of any must do list when visiting London. It boggles the mind to think of the historical events that have taken place in this palace over the centuries and anyone who visits the Crown Jewels must walk away in amazement at the beauty of the jewels on display. However the best part of visiting the Tower and something we recommend, is taking a free tour with the Yeoman Warders or more commonly known as 'Beefeaters’, who will both ...
... in Christchurch sometime in the last couple of years and really enjoyed it. Interesting to see the taping process. All the guests were people I'd never heard of: Reece Shearsmith from League of Gentleman TV show, Russell Howard, Tiffany Stevenson & Jon Ric*******. Some funny moments but not as good as Alan's own stand-up show.
Look out for me in the audience if you watch this show sometime!!
... after the Paddington Station, a statue of this traveling bear can be found under the clock on platform 1 in Paddington station.
The statue is of Paddington coming back from the “deepest, darkest Peru” and attached to his coat is a note reading, “please look after this bear, thank you.”The author of the Paddington Bear, ...
... is the equivalent of pitching in baseball. We started out by throwing from a standing position, but progressed to a running start. Then we tried hitting. This was different from hitting in baseball and probably more similar to hitting in golf or hockey maybe. The finally we played a game which was fun and very interesting. After cricket we ate and watched some semi pro players hit. They were a lot better than us. ...