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... 308.45) per night which in fact
is very cheap for its location. The hotel included many additions, which school
groups would love, such as free WiFi and
free continental breakfast. The down side was the mammoth stairs, with no lift,
and heavy luggage. The hotel mixes traditional style with modern comforts. The
This was our first day in London. Right away I could tell it was completely different than Dublin. There are so many more people here. My first impression was that it was very crowded. The first thing we did after we landed was hop on The Tube and go to the hotel. Then we did a quick walking tour and headed over the Olympic Park Campus. Our group did a walking tour lecture about the 2012 games and got to go inside some of the buildings. My favorite building we saw was ...
... tax which we can claim back when we leave. Tourists - for a city that is a Mecca for tourists there are few signs to major attractions. The Camden information centre doesn't even offer maps. Parking - cars park wherever they find a spot and this doesn't have to be on the side of the street in the direction they are going. So you have cars parked nose to nose. Ready to cook meals - we have been into Tesco, Morrisons and Marks & Spencer ( will go to a Sainsbury's tomorrow) ...
... br> long, but had fine views over London,
especially if you were careful not to look down. We then rode back on the
Dockland Light Rail, which is a swept up version of the underground, but above
ground. After some refreshment, and ...
So even though I am still recovering from the mountain of ribs we had in Majorca- I decided to go along to a predominately KPMG ribs and wings night.
The all you can eat ribs and wings was held at a South African ...