Manson Place Apartments
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
- Multilingual staff
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... for the kids if they were standing up). However by the time we got in to the city area we had hit afternoon peak time ..... which is a little bit more than waiting through one cycle of lights at the Borella Road intersection! To top it off it seems not all tube stations have lifts, or even escalators, so I really started to regret the 5kgs of Vita Brits in our bags. I also regretted my lack of judgment ...
... some 80 million items from the exhibits of the 5 main collections: botany, entomology, mineralogy, palaeontology and zoology. The highlights however were the dinosaur display of fossils and a mechanised T-Rex, a full size replica blue whale, the human anatomy display and the meteorites and rocks from the moon and Mars in the mineralogy display.
After a busy but fun 2.5hrs at the museum we took a short bus trip to the most famous store in London, ...
... plan your things to do list while holidaying in the capital city of United Kingdom, make sure to engage yourself in the most blissful manner so that you get to enjoy every bit of your vacation in a truly cherished way. While chalking out the list of things which you are looking forward to do during the vacation, do not forget to include hitting the bars. Most of the travel seekers, make sure to accomplish their long lived dreams of ...
We arrived at London Heathrow this morning at 4.30am after a pretty good flight from Hong Kong. Now we have a 4 hour wait until our BA flight to Paris at 8.50am Flight to Paris went well and was way shorter than the last 2 according to the kids! Arrived in Paris and straight to our apartment which is fantastic and huge AND has a boulangerie on the ground floor! After a long long trip we are desperately trying not ...
... named a palace. I thought my camera was full so took no photos here. I later discovered that I had had it on video. We wandered around the gardens for a bit, and watched a game of cricket being played near the house, all very English. It was time once more to climb aboard our bus and drive towards London and our hotel at Heathrow. Down for pre-dinner drinks in the bar followed by our last 3- course dinner together. Simon had met us on arrival at the hotel and told us a bit ...