Euro Lodge Clapham
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... in Afghanistan.
To understand the process you would have to realize the english really love their ceremonies. The changing of the guard process is incredibly complex and takes over an hour. It involves activities taking place simultaneously in four corners of Buckingham Palace which is a very large complex. The palace itself is some 4-acres with the gardens covering another 40-acres right in the middle of central London. I ...
Whether it is cultural attractions, historical places, unusual diversions and world-class restaurants, London is a city without compare. It would be certainly no exaggeration if one says that one pursues a different recreational activity in the city every night of the year. This is because London offers a plethora of varied activities and the degree of choice can be overwhelming.
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... I took a photograph of one market tent that was selling Middle
East clothing. I did not think twice about taking a photograph of the vendor’s
merchandise with her standing in front of it. As soon as I snapped the shutter
she and her male business partner (husband?) asked me if I had taken a photo
with her in it?. She said that it was contrary to her religion to be
photographed. With the two looking at the screen of my camera I scrolled
through the photographs ...
... very British sense of humour and lots of information to share with the group. Following the tour we were invited to go along with him to a local pub nearby called the Old Monk which was very charming. Since we had been on the tour, we were offered a discounted menu for only £6 per person from a select menu. Melissa ordered the veggie burger & chips and the three of us opted for the fish & chips. It was very good. From there we moved on to the tube to ...
... on court 3. We were pretty excited to see Sam Stosur kick some butt, however that wasn't the case. Us on the other hand were quite the winners scoring some serious tv screen action back home. We spent the remainder of the afternoon watching and cheering on as many Aussies as possible, this included wins from Matosevic, Tomic and Dellacqua and again we were lucky enough to score some more tv screen action, It was easily our best day thus far in ...