Fox & Anchor
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Banquet room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... dealt with before, but we were warned about it. The rest of the bus trip went quickly and by 3pm we were in London. We arrived to some very bad weather as it was pouring with rain! Sharlz gave us great instructions to get to her place and despite being a bit wet and cold, made it! We relaxed for a little bit with a up of tea and then set off again to meet Sharlz after work. We met her and ...
... it was great to get the opportunity to go up and around today and see the sights. Great sights, too! A comprehensive view of London and its surrounds, thought it was hard to not just keep taking photos of Big Ben (St. Stephen’s tower if you want to be pedantic) and the Houses of Parliament. It was about a 45-50 minute trip on the Eye, but really it felt like it was all over within about 10 minutes.
Having given London a good seeing-to, ...
Today we said goodbye to Ireland and fly for a quick 1 1/2 day stopover in London We flew into the newer London City Airport which is closer to the city center than Heathrow or Gatwick. After the early flight and taxi ride, we left our luggage at the hotel and headed out sightseeing just after 10am. We're staying at St Ermin's Hotel, our nicest hotel yet. I saw a memorabilia display in the lobby dating back to at least 1906 so I'll have to look at it ...
... whereby foreign national prisoners are released as many as 270 days early from prison, and then deported back to their countries of origin. ERS doesn’t applies to European Union and European Economic Area citizens as well as other third country nationals. The application of ERS to EU and EEA citizens may be a violation of important principles in the EU such as “free movement” as well as Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights. Article 8 enshrines ...
... double- and triple-take material.
Finally we got out of there. Including the cuppa, we'd spent about 4 1/2 hours there. And now for something completely different: Harrods! We've done very little shopping on this trip, and this was never going to be a shopping expedition, but how could we not visit? But wait, there's more. We walked around the food hall area first, but our real aim was on the top floor: Afternoon Tea. Right from the start of planning ...