Euro Lodge Clapham
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Family rooms
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... pacing in the show, and I think the end of the play lost some of its impact as a result.
The set was a grand mansion with murky blue-green walls that filled the Barbican’s huge stage and fit the moodiness of the play. Interestingly, it was flooded with rubble for the second half of the show. There were cinders were flying through the air and the actors had to climb over big piles of rocks. ...
... he won the war, and lost the subsequent elections! If you stay at one of the serviced apartments Central London has to offer such as Metropolitan by COMO, London, you can conveniently plan your visit to the Churchill War Rooms.
Founded in 1989, the museum is located close to the famous River Thames. Here you can witness a range of items including product, industrial, graphic, fashion and architectural designs. ...
... dinner all over her dress so she could get a new one too, clever strategy but telegraphing it was poor execution. Despite the nose to the wall incided earlier, they'd both been good enough this week that we agreed it was finally time to visit Hamely's. Along Regent St I feigned interest in every store to tease them by delaying the journey. But once that big red flag was in sight they weren't having any more of ...
... a different culture totally. Movie theatres and amusement halls are mandated. A cold wind I suspect is part of the deal also.Can't imagine anyone swimming there but locals assure me they do. We lunched in a pub overlooking the English Channel and the wind farm located in the channel! We decided to leave Dover 'til next time - the weather was looking quite threatening by now. We are dining with Vicky and Andrew tonight - much appreciated after 2 very busy days.
... would have to get off at the first stop, or pay a same day fare of £125. Mum promptly responded that we would take the first option. The guard kindly then communicated to us that if we found an unreserved seat, or a seat reserved from London (which meant that the passengers hadn't shown) he would let us sit there for the journey. Fortunately, we were able to locate some seats.
Along the way, our train was delayed by a slower freight ...