The Running Horses
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... nice, and reminds us of Melbourne a little bit as there are a few little alley ways with coffees and the market had a very hipster feel to it. We entertained the idea of living in Brixton, but decided there were too many people around for us, so Wimbledon is still our best bet! The burgers from Honest Burger were so amazing, as good as Merryweather at Crown, and we had a wander around the markets after lunch. There was lots of really great looking ...
... It was filled with history of the city before the Olympics and we actually got to ride side by side of the canal and then later river Lee. Later that night Mack and decided to go on an adventure. We decided to go to Harrods, 7 floors worth of pure goddess. This story was simply amazing. I only hope to make enough money one day to be able to afford more than just a £6 change purse. You ...
... what's next. He also said if I was interested in coming back to London he could try to figure something out. John got promoted to CFO of UK business a little after I left and it's a great role for him. It helps me too - having friends in high places! After lunch, I headed to Notting Hill to buy some xmas crackers for our xmas day celebration this year! I spent so much money on these things but they make the holidays soo much fun! I love the colorful paper hats, corny jokes ...
... treatments. It involves manipulating the
soft tissue across the body and offers immense therapeutic benefits to those
who undergo it. There are a wide variety of massages to choose from and each of
them offers benefits to those individuals who opt for them. The body is
massaged using a variety of devices that apply pressure on key areas of the
body, which help to relieve pain and provide relaxation for tendons, joints,
... cathedral. It was a good hike but was not expecting a small ring with concrete benches - my fear of heights definitely kicked in. Everytime any kid or adult jumped off the bench or was leaning on the railing, my palms were sweating. Now there was another 2 levels that led outside. I decided to go to the first one. The staircase was really small and winding - but I made it. I went outside and saw all of London from this viewpoint. I did chicken ...