The Thames Riviera Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... this new opened M and M shop that Uncle Sean had told us about. We eventually found it on a corner next to Leicester Square. This was no ordinary M and M shop that was like your local dairy, this was four huge levels, all of M and M things you could imagine! T-shirts, soft toys, key rings, cups, magnets and the best of all, M and M's! Different colours, sizes, shapes, boxes and even you could print your own name on all of your M and M's! This is most ...
... room at one of the roadhouses. I have never seen anything quite like it!!
We arrive back at Robbie's about 6pm and settle into our room upstairs. We just have time to freshen up before sitting down to a beautiful dinner prepared by Robbie, of crab salad and slow cooked beef ribs and of course, great wine. Robbie has another couple of guests staying: her good friend Barb travelling with a lovely 21 year old young lady named Imogen, ...
... s Day and Easter, Cocomaya is located on Connaught Street, Porchester Palace and on Pavilion Road. If one cannot spare the time to pay them a visit, Cocomaya products are available at Selfridges as well as Fortnum and Mason. The products are very interesting; on the verge of quirky. They include the Chocolate Shoe, Chocolate Skull and even Chocolate Lipstick.
10. Prestat: This ...
... our care. It no longer looks, smells or drives like a new car. If the point of our leasing agreement was to break it in, then we have definitely kept our end of the bargain.
We are booked on to the 4:45pm ferry but due to the delays going through customs we miss that boat and catch the next one. We are back to even with the ferry - more Hail Marys.
The British Customs officer was asking Clint questions about our travels and asked him a number of ...
... of the city are Soho, Westminster and West End. You should also get a copy of London A-Z which will give you all the maps of the city, especially that of Central London. The book has all the city roads and provides easy-to-read directions and grids. The first step in making your plan would be to list all the neighbourhoods and attractions that you wish to see in London. With the help of the maps, you will be able to make a plan for each day easily ...