Shendish Manor Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... you for the challenges you face in a friendship, let alone when that friendship is being built while, traveling. That's one crazy ride, I can tell you but the rush you get is insane. Almost intoxicating. Emotions ran high and tears fell ******* both accounts. Leandra when saying goodbye on the train platform and me only when in the comfort of train out of the eye of the public. Leandra was headed in the direction of Zurich and I in the opposite, the direction of Bern. Soon she ...
... crazier. As a whole group, we ended up going to a neighborhood called Camden town. It was extremely busy with bars and clubs. The #4 club in Europe is in this area, it is called coco. The group I was with went to a bar called worlds end. It was so packed and I found that people there were very impatient with Americans. One man even asked to take a picture with our group. They enjoy mocking us it seems. Anyway. We stayed there until close with this group of guys we met. ...
After three interviews and some online tests I landed a job as a business analyst at a company that has St Paul’s Cathedral and the Millennium Bridge on its doorstep. The IT department is pretty small, I’m one of two BA’s and there is one other female in the department.
The first four weeks in London were a success, we both had landed jobs and a flat and it was time for a ...
Dave and I visited Kate and Andrew in Hemel Hempstead this morning. First of all we admired all the decorating they'd done over the last few months and then we walked into town through Old Hemel. I took one or two photos. I think it's a shame that the new town doesn't look as nice as the old; even though it isn't historic but it could ...
... Lights; Shops; Brands; People; Eateries; Street performances; Local Markets that formed the identity of these two streets. Though tired, the beauty all around, kept us going. These streets were one of the liveliest streets in the city blinking with the lights. We entered one shop -MNM'S world. It is, till date, the craziest place I have ever been to. Three floors of shops filled with each and everything possible with MNMS. It sold chocolate dispensers, t-shirts, key chains, ...