Stansted Skyline Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... College London and the Victoria & Albert Museum.
The park location is adjacent the expansive Westfields Stratford shopping complex. Easy access to the Stratford International Station means 6 minute train journeys to London St Pancras or 12 minutes to Ebbsfleet International Station.
Check it out - you won't be disappointed!
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... Chamberlin's Men)! It also houses some of the oldest tapestries in the world that are still hung in their original location. Joel then took us into the waiting room just outside Henry VIII's chamber (which was destroyed by William II) where his second last wife Catherine (who was 18 and he was in his 50s) would practice her dancing. After it was discovered that Catherine was cheating on him, she ran screaming to his chapel (which was our next tour stop) to beg ...
... group assisted the Americans in liberating Mindoro from the Japanese. The view in photos looks amazing and I want to go there around 5pm and watch the sun go down because the combination of bancas lying on the beach and the houses on stilts will make a great silhouette.
San Jose municipal hall and gardens lies at the end of the plaza but again, i must have seen it but never had time to look around and photograph the Tamaraw statues or ...
... from their treatment) after which they were executed in a number of different, all equally hideous ways. It is reputed to have gotten its name from the sound of the blacksmiths hammering in the bolts to secure the manacles which were red hot at the time. Forever its name, 'Clink,' will be synonymous with jail or prison.
We didn't visit it, but the same can be said for the notorious insane asylum Bethlem Royal Hospital. It was nicknamed (or ...
... Bubble tea is a sweetened milk tea which has large tapioca-like 'bubbles' in it which I used to get every day while I lived in Suzhou, China. Sadly I could not find any place that serves it open. I did purchase some delicious Chinese sweetened red bean paste pastries (like I make at home only better here), and went along my way.
I stopped at three antiquarian and used book dealers looking for Queen Elizabeth's Wardrobe Unlock'd by Janet Arnold, a ...