23 Greengarden House Serviced Apartments
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Moving day again. Today we left The Continent and headed for Great Britain. After breakfast we finished our packing, however we didn't have a lot as not to much was disturbed for 1 night. The taxi dropped us off and we joined the queue for the Eurostar. After clearing passport control and other required checkpoints, we joined the waiting crowd ready to board. Luckily Rob asked when we could board, as they had not only started to board, they were almost ready ...
... where we are staying the night before our flight to Canada tomorrow. Arrived at 4pm so 6 hours to do that bit. Once settled in we caught up with Mathew (on skype) then Mikaela (on FaceTime). We spoke to Justin on FaceTime this morning too so we've seen the whole family today which is nice. A long day tomorrow as we fly to Toronto at noon then onto Calgary, Alberta and the start of our drive through the Rockys.
... cinematic experience in 3D. With a screen ten times bigger than the average theatre screen, a digital surround sound system, and a special multi-dimensional technology of the IMAX format, it certainly is the most remarkable modern cinema in the UK. Given that it is located within the Science Museum, a large portion of the films shows are dedicated to ...
... The pen. I do actually hand write every article, edit it on paper and then type it up. It's more fun that way and it means that once a week I can go to an internet cafe and type on a proper keyboard. All my blogs are still done on my phone because they take less...proper formation of sentences and paragraphs. How I type on here is how I talk in real life. Ok. I'm rambling. Lisa ...
Day 2- Part 2
I spent the majority of today wandering around aimlessly through Downtown London. Every street you turn down has it's own set of unique, picturesque buildings. In my wanderings, I magically found myself at two prime London attractions-- the London Tower with London Tower Bridge and the Cathedral of St. Paul. As is my curse, I kept going and did so much aimless wandering that became ...