St. James's Hotel and Club
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- Shuttle bus service
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... tips goes to shows.
He seemed impressed, and for the first time I began to see that it was actually quite a feat to pay for so many shows with tips (with a few non-tips shows in there too)
It was the funniest day I have had in a very long time.
Russell Howard and The Play That Goes Wrong. But my day couldn't have been any further wrong even if I tried.
It was most certainly a day that went right!
... to the exhibition. Let me digress before I continue our story. I have spent many years my buddy Greg. Many a night I have been woken with a reading light on and Greg reading some esoteric book on the most amazing range of subjects. Throughout our travels I’ve been impressed with his insights on what we have seen: how the locks work in Paris, the boats in canal in Paris and detailed information on the Cutty Sark. Today’s visit to the ...
... British Airlines help desk and asked if there was any chance of changing our flight to the earlier flight. Toby was having an anxiety attack at the thought of paying more money to change our flight. Luck was on our side! We got the last 2 seats on the flight at no cost to change! We boarded the flight and arrived safely in London.
Once in London we caught the train and then a taxi ...
... br> Take Greenland, for example.
It is the world's largest island and the least populated country in the world.
It is not really until you see a community of 500 or 1500 and see just how small that is, what few facilities they have, see the conditions they live in and realise that they have no roads so they are stuck there: add to that the lack of jobs, the culture of alcoholism, constricting weather conditions... the lack of daylight with the subsequent ...
... II, Queen Anne, Mary Queen of Scots, Charles Dickens, Laurence Olivier, Rudyard Kipling, George Fredrick Handel, Alfred Tennyson and many more. It appears that every generation felt as if they must "one up" the previous. As years went on the monuments and caskets get more color, gold, carvings, inscriptions, paintings, etc on them. All are welcome to join in Holy Communion a few times a day and everything stops at the top of each hour for 1 minute if silent prayer. This is a beautiful ...