- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free parking
- Family rooms
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... there are services and prayer held every day. It is has a huge dome structure that you can climb the stairs to. The first viewing platform takes you to the very base of the dome and it shows you inside the church. The next viewing platform takes you to the top of the building and it gives you great views over London. The only issue is that it is 528 steps to the top and the stairs at times are very narrow, you have to squeeze to fit and the remaining are ...
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December- This is time for celebrations. The shopping lovers will be very active, and it’s time for you to celebrate with your friends and relatives. As this is a festival time, you can get a huge variety in the market.
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... early 'supper' of Cornish pasties and salad and then fruit and yogurt/ice cream and Cadbury 'joy pots' for George and Zoe! Geoff drove us back to Tadworth station so we could be on the 7:17pm train home. I felt a little sad leaving, how great it was to spend the day out of London with family.
It was just so lovely to see Ann and Geoff and Margaret again, George and Zoe hope they may get to see them again.
Love and smiles,
The place Jack had found actually looked perfect, it was closer than Greenwich where we'd been previously and had nice reviews. I was down like a brown clown rollin' through town, still had a frown though. Paul comes over to say goodbye while I'm sitting there, I hug him, I love how quickly he became one of the lads, I'll never forget his stories. He was trying to get Kelly on the one hand, then he had his friend with benefits in the other tour. The only reason they ...