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... to rejuvenate you. Refreshing parties and live concerts are arranged to make you evenings happening. Various events can be planned and hosted according to the choice and demand of the guests. Formal events like meeting and others are arranged in the banquet hall. All family occasions are also arranged here like wedding, birthday, anniversaries and many more.
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... is just a 10 minute walk away from the majestic Hyde Park. If you wish to enjoy in the lap of the nature then this park can be a perfect place for you to visit as it has plenty of greenery and offers peaceful and serene ambience. Just a few minutes walk away from the hotel is the Regent’s Canal. While travelling alongside the canal you will be able to witness seafood restaurants and colourful canal boats which are decorated beautifully. The hotel is ...
... Lane and landed up at Spitalfields Market where we bought a few gifts.
As this was our last night, we all wanted get a last view of London at night so we headed off to the London Eye and took some photos with a view of the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben. A chilly wind started to get up across the Thames and we passed by Starbucks to grab a piping hot coffee before we got on the tube back to Clapham North. Time to pack for Brighton.
... soup that had been prepared that morning by a large group of volunteer chefs.
i think this would be a excellent thing for everyone to do. it shows how much these people strive to live and what there lifestyle is like. its really emotional.
i was finally done my volunteering at the soup kitchen, i walked out to the subway and got on the bus back to my hotel
We dragged ourselves away and headed out of town with our friend the River Swale.
Unfortunately, it wasn't long before we had to follow the trail away from the river (at least for a while).
It was worth it though, as we went up a slight rise which gave us some more elevated views.
It also gave us a good look at Marrick Priory (built in the 12th century), or at least what was left of it after Henry VIII did his worst.