The New Dome Hotel
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... I wanted was to do paella but with Jordan not a fan of seafood and all paella being for 2 people or more and €15 it was not worth it. But watch out because we will be Cooking plenty of Spanish food when we get back!!! One of our favourites was potatoes, chorizo and an egg on top. So simple! An excellent lazy Sunday dinner :) We landed into London at 1pm and it is beyond FREEZING!!! ...
the friendly and cordial staff that assists boarders.
Location of the hotels:
The hotels in London and resorts are located at only few miles away
from the major landmarks frequented by tourists. Rental Cabs are arranged by
the hotel so that people can move around the town for as long as they want and
also in comfort. This is a lovely and elegant hotel which is centrally located
near all important ...
... to give it to its guests. The hotel offers its guests the best accommodation and luxuries in the best prices that the guests can afford to pay easily. You can take a room that is as per your choice and budget as well. The hotel is also a best venue for making the business events or meetings. The hotel offers best meeting facilities and the most spacious meeting rooms. The hotel also has a skilled support team and they will surely handle everything and help you to ...
... at all) and this was just because I asked whether they would look to compensate for our additional costs. I probably would have settled for a free bottle of Champagne upon boarding the continental Orient Express (at Bruges on this particular trip as the train will travel via Brussels and Germany) or maybe a bottle of wine with dinner, although I live in hope that this might also happen anyway . . . . . . . we will see what tomorrow and the day after brings!
... of horrors(as if we hadn't seen enough at the Tower yesterday). Joined to this was also a lovely nostalgic ride in a mock black London taxi through different London ages and past iconic images of this beautiful city - the plague, St. Paul's, Nelson's column, Churchill, the 60s swinging London Town. Our party came to an end after we met Spidy, Wolvy and a massive depiction of the green One who can punch your lights by just flexing his finger. (If you're still awake now youv'e ...