Stansted Skyline Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Standing in the hot afternoon sun I gazed up at the twisted framing of the Orbit observation tower recalling a similar hot summer's day two years ago. That day the Olympic Games were in full swing. I was fortunate to have tickets for the Hockey. Thousands of spectators at my shoulders were being marshalled through the Olympic Park to their chosen venues.
The park was filled with a myriad of colours. Sounds of laughter, shouting, ...
... a good dinner, we again hadn't eaten since breaky so we appreciated it, that and the drink! Chatted to some Americans on the table next to us, they too are finding London expensive and funny they also hate all the smokers, we have done more passive smoking in the last few days that in the last few years, the Quit campaign really needs to get over here! They don't smoke inside but outside every building so you walk through it all the time, yuck!! Back on the tube, few line changes ...
... Singapore to Dubai, our first time on a huge Airbus A380, impressive size, more spacious and an improvement on the usual economy seats. It arrived late into Dubai so it was a brisk walk ( good for the circulation,) to the gate for our final flight into London. After about 24hrs travelling we arrived home at about 10am. We didn't undertake the trip to tick off places visited or cover the maximum distance but out of interest I've put together ...
... Robert McCulloch purchased the bridge for $2,460,000. Oops. It has been reconstructed in Lake Havasu City, Arizona.
Across the road was the tower with its four corner spires of Southwark Cathedral (pronounced Súthark). I had sung concerts there while I was a student at Trinity College of Music in London. Upon crossing the road we saw why the tower seemed so short - the ground level of the ancient building, since rebuilt after a fire in ...
... today of the many things that I have left to accomplish. When the email arrived it topped the list, so off I went to Temple tube station on the Embankment, and walked up to the Strand where I immediately saw St. Clement Danes. The doors were shut, which did not look promising. Sure enough, they were locked, and the sign on one of them only mentioned the times of services, but that it was always open to the public. Well, I had been wondering if I should find ...