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... in staying at the city centre hotel and the man said yes it's just at the back we can walk through this hotel. Off we toddle through the hotel and the back entrance to another hotel which wasn't quite as swish as the one we had walked through but not bad considering how much I'd spent on it!
Check in was amusing so I'm busting out Hindi sentences and the reception guys are fairly amused that a British passport holder can speak in Hindi it's ...
... but also modern day skyscrapers as well as a plush green patch which includes the famous Hyde Park. Hotels in Paddington London are mostly located close to the several tourist attractions of the city and hence are a favorite amongst the tourists both leisure as well as business. Some of the famous tourist destinations located in and around Paddington include Hyde Park, Buckingham Palace, Kensington Palace, Kensington Gardens, Kensington High ...
... 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 ...
... of Londinium! Under it flows the Walbrook and nearby, is the Temple of Mithras. Remember Boudicea? This is exactly where she started her famous fire. It is because the soil remained wet from the water of the Walbrook that amazing artifacts, such as 2,000 year old shoes, clothing and letters are now coming up from their ancient resting places.
... 8217; are never far from a student’s (and scarily near-graduate’s) mind. However, while the desire to study abroad has been a constant since day one, the finer details have been less certain. What was originally a jump across the Channel for a year in France quickly became a leap across the Atlantic to North America before a brief return to Europe in the form of Hungary. By January, I had narrowed my choices down to ...