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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... they let the first 130 into the venue to start with. Then they told those numbered 195+ that they wouldn't make it in so still some hope but sounding doubtful. Seemingly a number of tickets allocated to the production company for the audience and they don't know until the last minute how many they will actually use. Another group of about 30 taken into the venue so smidgeon of hope.... until some of them started ...
... restaurant is Walmer Castle that offers delectable Thai food. An Italian restaurant named Osteria Basilico is choice for people who love Italian food.
... the town which offers a wide variety of souvenirs. The theater at Wimbledon becomes all more enticing with the musical evenings which are arranged over there for letting the tourists sit and relax. The popular restaurants are situated at the Eastern end of the city which is eminent for its authenticity in the flavor of food. Reaching this place can get easier if you take the tube directly to Mile End or Stratford where you will be served ...
... even if you’re not eating. If you’re into coffee, Monmouth is a great spot to grab a cup of drip coffee. Oh and don’t forget, the truffles by the register are a must as well.
Our afternoon ended with an attempt to see the inside of Westminster Abbey. The line was around the corner and too much for both of us to handle so we opted to just google image so we could say we’d seen it. As the Chastain’s would say, let’s ...
... Have I mentioned how much I love this man...I could start every morning like that!
After gorging on breaky, we were ready to start our day. So we headed for the Underground and purchased tickets for the Tube. Even when I was at University, I shied away from public transportation, I never really understood how it worked. Okay Edmonton's train is a straight line so I could have probably handled that.... but the Underground in London is certainly not ...