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... back to flat, things seemed very familiar to 24 years ago. The area of the flat is as I'd imaged but was alot smaller inside, you literally only have shoulder space in the toilet. Michelle & her mum drove an hour into London and met us for dinner at The Green man pub. We then walked home & ...
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Each guest suite is roomy and cosy in terms of design, offering muted patterns, nice fabrics, comfortable bedding, and plenty of space. The guest rooms are serviced daily by the maids to ensure optimal cleanliness and comfort and are beautifully turned down. One of the hotel’s big features is obviously the stunning hotel gardens, offering a world of lush areas allowing you ...
... dream come true experience. The hotels are located not much far away from it. The locations are beautiful and are vastly in demand of the customers. All accommodations are so made that it is not difficult to reach them.
To make a living meaningful and more appropriate there are various facilities offered by the hotels to the boarders. Meal is served in rooms. Breakfast served each day is complimentary and makes most of ...
... close proximity to everything. After settling in, we ventured out to inspect our surrounds, getting some lunch at Chipotle and finding Starbucks. The boys then went off to the football game between West Ham United and Aston Villa FC. The girls settled for food shopping and relaxing!! Tomorrow is Sunday and we are thrilled to say that our accomodation is actually 3 minutes from Dominion Theatre where Hillsong London is situated. We will be there with bells on ...
... a moat. There were several phases of expansion, mainly under Kings Ric*************heart,Henry III, and Edward I in the 12th and 13th centuries.
Westminster Abbey has been the coronation church since 1066 and is the final resting place of seventeen monarchs. The present church, begun by Henry III in 1245, is one of the most important Gothic buildings in the country, with the medieval shrine of an Anglo-Saxon saint still at its heart.