The Running Horses
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... is trying to counter this movement by building a new roof on centre court and moving around the layout of some of their building and courts. An interesting fact about Wimbledon is the reason all the players wear white is because back in the past, Englishman were not supposed to be seen sweating so wearing white would prevent that and the tradition stuck. Chelsea FC is in the premier league and is ...
... a very sensible Mary, a forgetful Joseph, the Angel Gabriel, numerous other Angels dressed in pillow cases, a cow who thought he'd change into a sheep during the performance, some magnificent Magi, and fortunately unflappable narrators!! I am sorry I didn't take photos, but I was very engaged with their telling of the Christmas Story the whole time! The Fourth Choir, an LGBT friendly chamber choir recommended to us by Helena and Simon who both had friends involved, presented a ...
... the 777) before we departed about 40 mins late. Our return route took us over Pakistan, some of the other 'Stans'. the Caspian Sea, north coast of Turkey, then Venice and onto London where we had to hold for nearly 30 mins before our eventual arrival at Heathrow.
Using the fast track E-Passport channel, collecting our bags quickly and then meeting our taxi driver we set of for Portsmouth and were back at home within 2.5 hrs of arriving at Heathrow ...
... Afterwards it was back to tea rooms for yet another cuppa and a few photos and escorted by Gary to Stratford Station after agreeing to go to another meeting nearby at 1pm tomorrow. Caught tube to Baker Street and went to Madame Tussaud's. Three trains later back in Kensington. Will do the London Eye tomorrow morning. Arrived back at hotel about 5.30 in time to put my feet ...
... on a "school night" too!) and spill out on to the road...and smoke...so many people smoke here (I think more than I've seen in Europe). Anyway, we had a bite to eat at a place that's been here since 1926 (yes, older than Joyce!); it's now a French Patisserie (even though I had lasagne!); the pastries and cakes looked fabulous but ...