The Bull Hotel
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... in this part of Europe and take back with you wonderful memories of a very English land. Strategically located these hotels cater to all the whims and fancies of a person and make sure you are not troubled. With the hotel stays perfectly balanced, hotels in London only ensure that you can come back for more. The location and the price is also another advantage and with this the entire deal of staying in a reasonably priced hotel only endorses the beauty of the ...
... for the walk but it is free and well worth it.
9. DO NOT: Splash out on your London accommodation.
It is nice to treat yourself to a getaway in a prestigious and exclusive hotel but, in London, there are so many low key hotels who provide a beautiful room, breakfast and a cozy environment for half of the price! Not only that, but they will be in the same areas as the luxury hotels and will also have access to public transport for you to ...
After reading the novel 'Watching the English" by Kate Fox I was fascinated to learn that many people believe there is no such thing as "Englishness" anymore. Many believe there is no strong rituals, customs, and traditions that still exist in England today and Kate Fox's mission was to prove them wrong. Kate Fox uses different methods to show the "positive aspects of human interaction" (Fox), and show the good of people in England. Fox attempts to give the reader a taste of the ...
... bi-sexuals, dykes on bikes, and even just the good old shirtless gay man. Every minority group was represented. Even the polish gay liberation front. Oh, and we taught the kids a valuable lesson about why you need to buy an oyster pass before traveling on a bus. It's a shame it was an expensive lesson for us. Please let me sleep till the sun rises in the country in which I am ...
... After checking out Covent Garden we wandered around, crossing one of the bridges and taking in the sights at night and we eventually made our way to Big Ben, where we took heaps of photos. By then it was getting pretty late and we were getting rather tired so we hunted for a station to get us back to Paddington, were we got ourselves settled in for a big day tomorrow.
Day Two - Wednesday 26/3/14
Up and at em as they say in the classics. After ...