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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free parking
- Family rooms
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... scale models, film footage and hands-on displays. These exhibits provide information regarding the people who through the centuries worked hard to shape the buildings and the landscape of Greenwich. Visitors can start by observing the fantastic central model and then proceed to explore other areas of the themed
exhibition. The various areas are
1) Greenwich Palace: Lying just a few feet ...
... shall we say challenging us when we advise its best to don a couple of layers which have full length sleeves and full length pants, plus a coat, scarf and mittens. She flatly refused today to wear pants, so we had to opt for a dress with woollen tights - I managed to sneak in a few layers underneath. She won't wear a scarf or her gloves, but the whinging pom notified us that she was cold. Further to that, our little drama queens legs don't work until ...
London is a very big and beautiful city and it is also blessed with very nice neighborhoods. So if you are thinking of a London trip then definitely you can club London with many others nearby places. Some of the good places are mentioned below. Brixton London
Before 1900s, this place was very well known fresh fields of stunning windmills, lush strawberries, and spread-out open-air markets. After 1940s, this place has become home of the culturally high class ...
... London. Unfortunately there was no Sean Bean, Michael Caine or Katy Perry.
Next was Harrods. For me this wasnt as amazing as I had imagined. I felt like Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman with the shop people being very snobby and looking down on you. It amazed me that they had Gucci for kids! When we went to the toy department though it was another story. The staff were demonstrating toys and there was a huge lego display from Guardians of the ...
... of the train we saw as we thought it was going to leave, then I managed to carry my bag thru the commuters while kev endeavored to drag his two thru them, was a bit like Mr Bean all over again!!!! We actually had plenty of time to get off and walk along the platform. Oh, this was even better, has anyone ever dragged a couple of suitcases on to an escalator that's 50mtrs long and practically vertical, then had the ...