Saint Georges Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSaint Georges Hotel London
I love this hotel. The placement is perfect, just a minute walk to Oxford Circus underground station and all the shops you could dream about. The view is amazing and the rooms are clean, well organized and luxurious. The staff are great and very helpful. All in all a great place to stay, I would definitely recommend this hotel to anyone and everyone!
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Greenwich Clinical Commissioning Group
31 - 37 Greenwich Park Street, London SE10
08 30 - 09 00: Overview of integrated care delivery in Greenwich
Rebecca Rosen (GP lead Greenwich Coordinated Care) and Jane Wells (Director Adult Community Services, Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust)
09 00 - 09 45: Discussion …
1.00- 1.05pm: Welcome and introductions Ruth Thorlby, Senior Fellow in Health Policy, Nuffield Trust
1.05 pm-2pm: Presentation by Dr Ellen Nolte [title] International perspectives on integration and care coordination
2pm-3pm: Presentation by Dr Martin Bardsley, Director of Research, Nuffield Trust: Insights from our evaluations …
... is an exotic place. There is something that is both garish and spectacular about it. It's made of plastic, mechanics and light-like being in some weird theatre set but it still has a sense of atmosphere. I had a great time, although the food was expensive.
Our next stop was the M and M store-another thing Raluca and I discovered the night before. Even though it felt massively busy the previous night, that was nothing to the crowds one experienced the next ...
... time to explore it. But, we did the best we could, bought yet another tour
book (I collected 15 on this trip) and set off to find the Gare du Nord from a
different location. Our Chunnel trip was resplendent with a great
dinner (beef or salmon), champagne, as much wine as one could imbibe, and
Godiva chocolates. Ahhhh--true luxury for us worldly-wise travelers! We ended with the largest room ever--6 ...
... at St. Paul's cathedral. We walked in and were amazed at the huge dome and ornate decoration. This is an Anglican cathedral designed in the English Baroque style by Christopher Wren in 1675. The first actual church on the site was built in 604 but was later destroyed by fire. Several other churches were also built and destroyed over time until the famous London Fire of 1666. This caused that Cathedral to burn to the ground. It was then ...