Kensington Court Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Babysitting service
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... br> June 2
I met up with my friend from DC (Preston)'s friend Brennan and her friends. It was great to hang out with other young people and to not spend another night alone :) They were all in the same African studies program and it was fascinating to hear what they all plan on doing after graduating! Also the bar was really interesting- they came around and handed out coloring pages and crayons for everyone. It was kind of cool- and the area was beautiful!
... bike rentals, restaurants etc. I was amazed at the size and beauty of Harrods. It's a store you hear of for years but to see it and even better wander in it for a bit, wow!
Friday to Tuesday we spent out by Lydney at convention. It's right at the Forest of Dean which I hadn't heard of but is a famous forest where people come to walk and hike around. It was good rest for our heart and soul.
... high. So I drew on other people first. And then...then I drew on my hand and wrist. And my foot. It was at this point that I put my wet henna on my leg and it left a squiggly mark. But that wasn't to worry me...I somehow turned this messy line into the best pattern I've drawn. Ever. After a while we packed up and went to go home via the little theme park. All of the people I was with wanted to ride a thing called the "Extreme", so I happily held ...
... matter, and all of the hotels with business facilities tend to present a sophisticated sense of style. After all, many of the people in these hotels will be ushering in potential clients and so a great first impression counts.
The other venue we recommend is the Danubius Hotel Regents Park. It’s located besides one of the most scenic, picturesque parks in the capital. Inside ...
... password given to the guards every night sent from the Queen herself. I find this process a bit silly but the British sure love to keep their traditions alive. There are also ravens that live within the ground and it is a UK law to always have six ravens at all times (also a bit strange but the legend is if there is less than six, the white tower in the center will crumble to the ground). I enjoyed walking around my last bit of history of London and then left to go to the ...