The Saracens Head Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... and several of the sporting venues including the Olympic Stadium, the London Aquatics Centre, the Velodrome. All overlooked by the ArcelorMittal Orbit an observation tower and Britain's largest piece of public art.
Originally called Olympic Park, during the Games, it was renamed afterward to commemorate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
Most of the park reopened by July 2014, under the management of the London Legacy ...
What would our last morning be without a tube ride? We were on the DLR by 7:45 and had to change trains before getting to the underground tube, which was packed. My girls had their best get on / get off today, but at one point I had to pry open the doors to get the last few on. Using public transportation has been great, but getting 12 kids on and off without losing anyone has been exhausting! However, my girls might be the only group to not lose their ticket or get on ...
... a doctor and novelist who was shot by firing squad at this site on December 30, 1896 on charges of fomenting local rebellion against the Spanish government.
However the Philippines declared its freedom from Spain on June 12, 1898 but the American forces quickly replaced the Spanish colonizers. The US granted the Philippines its freedom on July 4, 1946 , after the defeat of Japanese forces in the country. This is also where Manuel Roxas was ...
... from an incredible number of Spanish ships along the way, earning him the reputation in Spain of being a pirate, but making him a multi-millionaire by today's standards.
Both my A-Z and the Google map did not show a very direct route to The Globe, but the fellow at the cathedral bookshop pointed out the river walk that would get us there. Whether he didn't explain thoroughly, or I just misheard, we actually got lost, one of the only times I have ...
... today of the many things that I have left to accomplish. When the email arrived it topped the list, so off I went to Temple tube station on the Embankment, and walked up to the Strand where I immediately saw St. Clement Danes. The doors were shut, which did not look promising. Sure enough, they were locked, and the sign on one of them only mentioned the times of services, but that it was always open to the public. Well, I had been wondering if I should find ...