Travelodge Stansted Bishops Stortford Hotel
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... Museum, yet another highly recommended, free, and gargantuan London attraction, didn't disappoint. We only had time for 3 rooms out of 15 and we didn't even see everything in those rooms. The building was built specifically for the museum and completed sometime in the mid-to-late 1800s....once again, no big deal The reason we didn't have much time there is because we had a date with what could become the highlight of our ...
... forth. We set off to the House of Liberty,a Department Store on Regent Street in the West End of London. It is famous for its luxury goods and its floral fabrics,graphic prints and innovative designs. It was established by Arthur Lasenby Liberty ,218 Regent Street in 18 75. It was the most fashionable shop in London with their fabrics being a major focus.In the 1890's Arthur Liberty ...
... careful I guess. This area houses the most of the government buildings, including Whitehall and the department of defence. We walked past Downing Street. Not sure what I expected, but this street sits behind two ornate and massively re-enforced cast iron gates. With the sun out, we thought it would be nice to ride the the Eye..........except for the three million other tourist with the same idea. London's population must a doubled overnight with so ...
... the public. Back home that will never happen. Sport venues are typically for athletes and not the public. I wish the public had better access to best facilities. This would increase public attendance at gyms. From a sport management side the venues are making more money with the participation of people. I am excited to see what else London has to ...
... was male, when I was scraping his balls off his skin with my thumb nail!
Thus ended the first half of the evening, just wash the skin in soapy water, pin it on a drying rack and let someone blow dry them whilst I enjoyed a rum and coke. A quick dip in borax and other chemicals and powders and wet work was done.
The remainder of the evening would be the stuffing. Taking the longest of the 5 pieces of wire we had been given we wrapped cotton wool around it to the ...