The Bull Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... random tolietries for the trip and then came back for my foot massage which was HEAVENLY. After I just found a quiet lounge chair and slept for about an hour before I left to board my flight.
London was an experience. I saved a lot of things for when I return with Aaron. It felt very odd not having him travel with me, It seems pathetic and co-dependant but he is not just my husband but my best friend and it was and still is weird to not have him sharing in this with me.
... modishness and modern amenities will give you the best feel. The rooms are furnished with all the modern amenities that can make your stay more and more comfortable. The rooms have a microwave and a pantry and you can enjoy making your own food. An intercom will keep you stay connected with hotel staff and you can have a comfortable sleep on the king sized bed. You can ...
With the strong tail winds, we were back in the UK an hour early and with bags reclaimed it was out to the Bus Station to catch the A40 Bus back to GX. We were in plenty of time to catch the 12.40 bus, but it did not turn up...The story of our connection problems continues it seems.
After another 30 mins the A30 bus turned up. We asked the driver ...
... I am told they moved the Eiffel Tower, the Empire State Building and the Taj Mahal to Vienna, and for all we can see they may be telling the truth! We arrived at the Hilton at 10:30 pm (despite me initially asking to go to the Sheraton). Decent place, we had a glass of sherry and dropped off to sleep pretty fast. I received two phone calls in the night from research outfits. What ...
... Not that it mattered.
Nor did it occur to me that I had her brother's face plastered on the front of my shirt. Well.
But we got talking about music and travel, and she asked where I had been. And you know what?
I think she got envious. I never though I would do ...