The Saracens Head Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... LLDC). I had been invited, with other Nikon photographers, to see how the park was being re-developed as a national legacy post Olympics.
The Park and arena venues, Lee Valley Velodrome, Aquatic Centre, Copper Box, Timber Lodge, South Park Hub and ArcelorMittal Orbit, have been re-opened to the public with a summer long events programme.
The main Olympic stadium is being (de/re) constructed for joint use by West ...
... for tomorrow from local supermarket, then excellent Italian ice cream. Did our laundry and watched several bus-loads of Chinese arrive. Hope they are not going on our trip tomorrow or at least not take cameras and make noise to disturb the wildlife in such a wilderness area. Meal at the Fat Duck. December 15 Picked up by bus for drive to lake Manapouri. 1.5 hour trip across the lake past the power station to West Arm. Then forty minute bus drive over Wilmot Pass (670m). ...
... Chamberlin's Men)! It also houses some of the oldest tapestries in the world that are still hung in their original location. Joel then took us into the waiting room just outside Henry VIII's chamber (which was destroyed by William II) where his second last wife Catherine (who was 18 and he was in his 50s) would practice her dancing. After it was discovered that Catherine was cheating on him, she ran screaming to his chapel (which was our next tour stop) to beg ...
... the year, various events are staged here, including multimedia pop/rock concerts and a highly entertaining gay beauty contest held by the local community. The circle is ringed by such well-known eateries as Cafe Adriatico and Guernica's.
Nightlife in Ermita is mainly bars and restaurants in Del Pilar St. and Mabini St. Manila Bay Cafe on the corner of Salas Street and Del Pilar Street is popular with foreigners, as is Amazonia on ...
... 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 ...