Mercure London Bloomsbury
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... world. London Airport sees a lot of lay-over as well as a lot of visitors who
are coming down to London, some for a day’s work, some for tourism and some for
their own reasons, basically London sees more visitors than any other city of
the world and hence it has some of the best facilities to cater to the needs of
these international passengers travelling down to the Heathrow Airport.
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... So. Thanks to all my German friends, I can hear German.
Can't understand it, but I know when it's German.
And this opens up the opportunity for me to go up to someone and say 'oh, so you're from Germany just by the language or the accent. And I make friends like this.
I met them this morning and talked about ...
... back across the Millennium Bridge and then back to our hotel. We caught a cab to the Novotel in Hammersmith for our last night in London. Then it was time to sort out and pack our suitcases for our trip home tomorrow. We had dinner at a lovely pub in downtown Hammersmith before turning in for the night.
Westminster Abbey, formally titled the Collegiate Church of St Peter at Westminster, is a large, mainly Gothic, church ...
... of tourists.
to the extensive size of the city, it often becomes difficult to opt for a place
to stay at. East London is a favorite place of many who want to keep themselves
away from all the hustling and bustling which are a common attribute of the
other ends of London. Currently, East end is undergoing through a process of
gentrification which is why a certain factor of trendiness can be seen emerging
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... are actual residences one being the Queen's. Surprisingly there was a changing of guard right in front of us to see the guards up close. Also, come to find out the person giving this tour is called a Yeoman Warder and that to get this job you must have 20 years of military experience serving in the British armed forces to give this information about the London Towers and history - I was really impressed. From the formal tour, moved on to see the ...