The Bull Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... largest department store.
After a little more shopping in Herald Square we walked back north, stopping to enter Grand Central Terminus. This is a fantastic structure, and is well worth a photo stop, as it takes all the noise of the station and funnels it into the vaulted ceiling to allow normal conversations on the concourse floor.
We then went to the Lego store at ...
... university and afterwards. When I moved back to England in 2011 for work I was hired by a woman named Lara, who incidentally became my all time favorite running partner and the driving factor in my transformation from casual runner into distance runner.
I never had any intention to run a full marathon, let alone a half marathon, but I knew I loved running socially so when Lara quietly mentioned that she liked to run relatively long distances on the weekends I practically ...
... our hotel was on the outskirts of the city. It was quite silly. Gotta love EF's planning department. We stayed in an area known as Beckton. This meant, in order for us to return to the centre of London which is where we started every single day, we had to jump on the DLR train located about two minutes from our hotel and travel for almost 45 minutes to connect to the Tube (London's subway). It basically took us over an hour to get to where we needed ...
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 ...
... and end with my favourite, Christmas pudding with hard sauce. Christmas pudding is basically like a fruitcake, but the most moist and delicious fruitcake you have ever had. Then the hard sauce is made with brandy, so that makes it even more fun! You may have sometimes heard it called figgy pudding, but that is a paler pudding. There are no figs in Christmas pudding.
It promises to be an excellent Christmas ...