- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
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... more of these guards spilled out onto the edges of the field, taking positions at the short barrier separating the pitch from the fans, sitting down and holding onto the barrier, as if they were grasping a fence for dear life while staring straight ahead at an oncoming tsunami wave. They were fine-the fans didn't riot and their suppression was not needed.
-They sell beer at the games, but only in 330 mL (around 12 oz) cups, and ...
... Adrian was a bit jet lagged so we didn't leave my flat until the mid afternoon. I took him over to my work to see the place and say hi to my coworkers. I then surprised him with a vintage open top red bus tour that took us around London to see all the Christmas lights. After this we headed to Brick Lane where the streets were lined with Indian restaurants. A lot of the places had people outside hassling walkers to go eat at their restaurant and they would give them a ...
... said Greg was 60. Greg asked if he needed to show id to prove his age. No was the answer "I can see you're over 60". Big frown from Greg on that reply. We entered and joined a tour of the cathedral provided by one of the army of volunteer guides. Our guide worked at the cathedral on Monday. For the rest of the week he worked as scientist at a local hospital. Our guide was very informative and gave a brief history of the cathedral. The guide pointed out ...
... the palace and the gardens. The exhibition was interesting, especially at the age of some of the paintings, china, jewelery, and ornaments on display. Then it was off to the coaches. They were very ornate and one lovely one was made by an Australian. The tour through the state rooms was great and there was an exhibition on Royal Childhoods, with toys, clothes, pictures, films ...
... is not as good as the RT. So I was gettin used to it and I saw a sign to Leeds castle...took a look at the clock and figured what the heck.
Found the parking lot....and woke everybody up as I ended up almost getting stuck....I was heading down hill to make a tight turn and not enough room.....I could not back it up for the life of me. Somewhere in the process my hand slipped on the throttle....well that sure woke up the locals. ...