The Running Horses
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... The service consisted of singing psalms, The Lord's prayer, and readings from both the Old and New Testaments. I love to be in the house of God, wherever and whenever the opportunity affords. It is so uplifting to worship Almighty God! This was a wonderful experience, and one not to be missed if ever the reader gets an opportunity. Unfortunately we were not allowed to take photographs :( And suddenly it was almost 6:00pm. ...
... these days. halfway up I heard a shriek followed by a few screams. turn around and they're both upended with legs straight up in the air about to tumble back into a somersault. someone hit the stop button and after the initial shock people rushed to help. I couldn't. the sight of the ladies knickers and fat white legs (skirt) while her man bellowed "my case slipped" had me in a fit of giggles unbefitting of my Canadian ...
Had a great time in London, Friday we visited the Tower of London, Saturday we went to St Paul's and today (Sunday) we started out early and after a hearty breakfast we spent the morning at the Museum of Natural History, then went on a river cruise on the Thames and finally we saw London from great heights by going on the London Eye!! I think we both deserve an extra glass of wine after all this hard ...
... for our visas started back in June. Here are some tips and lessons learnt:-
- Your starting point is the India Visa Application Centre website to complete and submit an on-line application form - be prepped with your passports to hand and knowledge of parent's occupations (why?!)...... You then send off a printed version of your on-line form together with passports, ...
... them from my previous time here was almost impossible.
We sat on the bus for a couple of hours and went past The Tower of London, Westminister Abbey, Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, Harrods, Oxford Street, Picadilly Circus and the Eros Statue, Trafalgar Square and Nelson's column, St. Paul's cathedral, Buckingham Palace, Marble Arch. As it was Sunday there were almost no Londoners around, but there were MILLIONS of tourists. We thought some ...