The Green Man Hotel

Address: Dagmar Avenue, Wembley, Middlesex, England, HA9 8DF, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Dagmar Avenue, Wembley, is near Wembley Stadium Tours, Wembley Arena Pavilion, Glide3, and Chelsea Sports Centre.
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      A word from Terry!

      A travel blog entry by eightisenough on Jul 14, 2014

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      ... have stayed there for a week. We saw the Arc d' Triumph which is dedicated to France's military. Napoleon's tomb is amazing! It is adjoining the Museum of the Army. They have artifacts, uniforms, weapons from the 12th century until WWII. Taylor, Cole and I spent a whole day there. It makes me wonder if the French have ever had peace.

      Rode the train from Paris to London today. The train travels at ...

      Les Mis!

      A travel blog entry by shannoliver on May 27, 2014

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      ... well.

      Of course, Jean Valjean was the epitome of perfection, Daniel Koek NAILED it, as he absolutely needed to in order to make a Les Mis performance worth watched. I held my breath during all of his songs thinking "Don't you DARE ruin this for me" haha.

      Koek actually held eye contact with me the whole last half "Bring Him Home", (as theatre actors often do - find one person and sing to ...

      Chapter 1: Beginnings

      A travel blog entry by phileasfarx on Mar 01, 2014

      ... I departed alone. This was something I wanted and, indeed, insisted on. Sure I would meet and travel with people along the way. And, as it turned out, family and friends would take the opportunity to holiday in various corners of the continent with their very own personal ‘tour guide’ leading the way. But this was to be my adventure, my journey, my self that did it.


      I decided to undertake this journey at a very specific moment in ...

      Chapter 2: Crossing the Sahara

      A travel blog entry by phileasfarx on Mar 01, 2014

      ... really is a step closer to Europe than the rest of the continent at the top of which it perches.


      Boarding the very modern bus, Roger noticed – very observant is Roger – two discreetly armed plain-clothed men sitting a few rows in front of us. We exchanged theories in a quiet, yet excitable hush. Was this an armed escort? There to protect a bus-load of passengers heading into the heart of the disputed territory of Western Sahara? ...

      Chapter 3: Into Mali

      A travel blog entry by phileasfarx on Mar 01, 2014

      ... and without complaint, but the throng did not cooperate. Those who could, climbed along the sides of the enclosure, across shoulders and heads, or leapt over and ducked under barriers. This human wave was swelled by all the needs of a people in exodus; suitcases, bags and taped-up belongings were lifted, dragged and squeezed through the crowd. The very young were passed from one outstretched hand to another in a display of pass the child, pass the ...

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