The Stanwell Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
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... so on. From the exhibits on display in the British Museum, we could get a strong sense of power and wealth of this empire where “the sun never sets” – so said because in any moment of the 24 hours of the day there would be at least one piece of homeland that was in daytime and was under the sun . It was not quite easy for us to see so many things about London in a single day. The regret of failing to visit very popular places (such as Cambridge and Oxford, etc) ...
... commuting through the area and normally finding a lunch or coffee in the chaos. For Styling class we had to go shopping in stores along the famous street multiple times and by the end of this program it is safe to say I am sick of the area. I’m sure by the time I’m back at Drexel I will daydream about the bottom floor of Topshop, the convenient Walk to Wok, and the hot server at Joe and the Juice. Like Woolf says, it has ...
... with Green Pepper and Caviar Oil.
The Fat Duck Kitchen - Very compact, no wonder they are going toe renovate to enlarge the kitchen. Maddy wanted to leave her CV in case they had a vacancy for a dish washer or potato peeler!
Tower Bridge in London - Heading off to explore Shoreditch, after arriving in London.
- in action! We had to wait as the Bridge had to lift for a vessel to pass ...
... to be used only by Royalty, but then it was opened for the public to enjoy, a great green space. We walked through some of Soho, lovely buildings, but again lots of clothing shops, and obviously people with plenty of cash, very expensive in Britain. Last stop before dinner was Natural History museum. These are massive buildings. One of our favouite coffee and lunch shops is Pret a Manger, they make everything fresh daily and throughout the day, and anything left over ...
... forward to seeing again in July. After a couple of bevvies on the train (it turns out strong, cheap Polish beer beats posh, expensive M&S Gin and Tonic, which might as well be paint stripper), we Tubed to Piccadilly Circus for Happy Hour drinks (£4 Mojitos - silly cheap) and a catch up with my old classmates. This was following by heading to a club for stand up comedy! We were booked in as a group into an intimate venue (approx 120 capacity), right on the front ...