Village Urban Resort Farnborough
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Hot tub
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... palace. The riders in red holding swords trotting down the mall was a pretty cool scene to see. We go see Lord Nelson with his lions in his square near the art gallery. And i cant remember in which order, but the London Bridge, the Dungeons, more Monuments, Cathedrals. All the main London things to do! Its a good job we have Adam as ...
It's our last day in London and we're keen to get on the plane tonight for our 12 hr flight. Two hours before the flight, we're just sitting around, answering emails from well wishers and wondering what we're forgetting. Every day gets colder ...
... its wardrobe seems to change frequently and he is always dressed in a different outfit, of which he has more than 600, including a Santa suit for Christmas. At special times, bring a glass, as the Manneken Pis statue occasionally even sprinkles beer! There are a couple of stories going around about who this little boy was. The story goes that during the war there where bombs placed all around and this little boy needed to do a pee. In doing so he wee'd on a wick and put ...
... is we couldn't locate him. We weren't sure if we were in the wrong spot, or what had happened. Courtney tried calling him, but it went right to voicemail. We thought at first that our world phones weren't connecting properly. We waited for well over and hour and then found a Starbucks nearby which had free wifi. She was able to connect with a mutual friend of theirs and Alex's sister. Turned out that his cell phone had died, and the cord was back at his ...
... before and we were still knee deep in people, but we still managed to see a little. Next was Westminster, parliament buildings and of course the Abbey. Big Ben was a treat for the kids they were both wowed to see it up close. London bridge and Tower of London next, although both just passing visits as we will spend more time here later in the week. Back to Trafalgar Square where we grabbed sandwiches and sat on steps to eat our ...