Saba Hotel London
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... it is prudent to be clean and not give an opportunity to others in the spa to complain about your body odour. Many spas have locker rooms and showers. After the spa treatment, you should get up immediately to make way for others who may be waiting for their turn.
It is common practice to tip the therapist but some spas add a service fee. You can take your own decision regarding the tipping aspect.
... it literally took us all day to organise because it's summer, school holidays and every man and his dog wants to go on holiday. Got there in the end though and we are off to Wales the day after tomorrow until Monday. At about 6 we decided we were sick of the hotel room and looking at iPad screens so we went out for a wander and to find ...
... from Romania, where he is an engineer, talked and took turns taking each others' pictures. She volunteers at an orphanage there, said conditions are still bad but the government makes sure tulips are planted everywhere. It's easy to see wrong priorities all over the place, especially in these big cities, and we keep reminding ourselves not to slip into the mode of entitled tourists on a perpetual holiday. We are thankful the Lord gave us this opportunity, and ...
... accommodation where we showered and collapsed and napped. Our body time clock were still a little off, so with belly's grumbling we headed out early to find some dinner. The closest pub was the Jugged Hare (don't you love the names of the pubs in London) so we ordered some traditional English grub and filled our bellies. Early to bed tonight and early to rise (well for Ross anyway), cause tomorrow is another ...
... gas masks and retro posters. Food wise you could get just about anything under the sun as well. We settled on Mexican and ate our fajitas sitting on motorbike stools overlooking the Camden canal lock. We ducked in for a quick beer and pit stop at one of the locals which was a hangout for Amy Winehouse amongst other celebs, with a tribute to her above the bar, and RIP Amy graffiti all through the loos. It was also one of the buildings that had been badly damaged by the big Camden Town ...