Mercure London Bloomsbury
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The Thames River is the greatest river in London, it have some locks and a diversity of flora and fauna. It is a well-liked place for both tourists as well as locals to take pleasure in an unwinding day by just sitting near the water or else going for a boat tour or take pleasure in some waterside dining.
Many great places provide couples and families the chance to run away from the hurly-burly of daily life and take pleasure in some of ...
... I feel like I'm awake, I can actively make a movement of my muscles, none react. I feel my brain opening my eyes but they refuse to budge, I can't move my arms or my legs, doors are opening and closing but I can't move, I hope they don't steal my passport. I have to go home. I sit up and open my eyes, but I am blind, I panic, falling out of bed and smacking my head....then back to square one. I feel like I'm awake again, that was just a bad dream, I open my eyes but I can't ...
... respectful of the All Blacks. It makes me want to come back next year for the World Cup. Wishful thinking but you never know. We were looking for somewhere to have a nice lunch and came across Jamie Oliver's restaurant. It was not Italian like the one in Perth but was a Jamie and Jimmies restaurant. Obviously the restaurant is a result of the TV series. They only cook English grown food and English drinks. Di and I had a ...
... Hardware store a couple of times so Glen can get up on the laundry roof but the jobs have multiplied.
Saturday was gardening day for Maxine, pruning the hedges, yes they have grown from last year, replanted two lavender shrubs which were in the path of the rhubarb plant, dividing a bromeliad so the pups are now orphans, harvesting the beans in their vegetable ...
... One o'clock clubs are in many London Boroughs and its only 2 pounds (per adult) to use the awesome facilities. Fi's closest club has a huge tree house, lots of mini play houses, an indoor soft play area, a sensory room, sand pits and water play areas - all set up for the kids to run free. On the Wednesday it was HOT, HOT, HOT! Grace, Mitch and I visited Kensington Gardens & the Princess Diana ...