The Best Beech
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... village in cowardice. Once again, accidentalism is our specialty, as we found our way to the best spot to view the entire ceremony, according to Michael, a member of the Royal Monarchy Society (Read: Old Boys' Monarchy Fan Club) standing close by. He told us that regiments from every Commonwealth nation will take a shift guarding Buckingham Palace from time to time, even Canadians. Today was a particularly special day, since the Queen was resident as seen by ...
... to a great view of Tower Bridge. Cannot wait for the rest of the London adventure. Jared's Story: Today was indeed a great start to the second of our consecutive trips. Janine highlighted the highlights, but I have one thing to add. A money saving tip, or a "Kwacha Watcha", as our group came to know them. Kwacha Watcher #1: When you find yourself in the courtyard surrounded by some of the most famous ...
... which we went to earlier. By the state of the stock car stadium I am not sure if any money had been spent on repairs for a number of years. The stock car racing was way different to NZ and the safety was non existent but it was hilarious. Watch the video and it will tell the story. Back at home now and have ordered an Indian for supper along with some cold beers from the local off ...
Heads up: I am grumpy tonite, but I will try NOT to write grumpy!!
We rode a clipper up river to Greenwich (about a 20 minute trip). I managed to make it, both ways, using bio-feedback. We climbed a very steep hill up to the Royal Observatory. With the aide of a recorded audio guide, we learned about Longitude and latitude. The latter is an easier concept overall, so the lion's share of the displays and tutelage went toward the many efforts that ...
... and launched in1869. It was once a wool trader, taking wool from Australia to London for sale. The ship has been raised 3 metres so you are able to wonder under this beautiful ship, even having a cup of tea while you take in the beauty of it from underneath. Jumping the boat back to waterloo, just as it started to rain. walking to the tube and then back to tori's it was a blessing that the rain held off until I got ...