NOTHING is safe when it comes to hotel rooms.
It seems if it is not screwed down it can be taken.
You will not surprise anyone if you take a mini shampoo bottle or a sample of body lotion home with you.
The same goes for food, robes, slippers and towels.
However, sometimes the things guests steal are nothing short of weird.
Booked.net writer Svetlana Malukha charts some of the more unusual things to disappear from hotels and asks the question”why?”
TO walk the streets of London is like being dropped in the center of a movie set, so recognisable are the city’s landmarks.
Despite two millenia of history, in this city the old and the new sit alongside each other in perfect harmony.
One of the world’s truly great cities, from London has it all from its illustrious and colorful history to art and culture, iconic architecture, royalty and an ethnic diversity in part built from its past as the hub of an empire and in part from its present – where its sheer scale draws people like moths to a flame.
From the Tower of London, the London Eye, Westminster Abbey, Piccadilly Circus, the Palace of Westminster and Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, St Paul’s Cathedral, Tower Bridge and Trafalgar Square, the list of sites for the average visitor to check off on their list is both exhaustive and exhausting.
In the final of our series Booked.net gives you some tips on how to take in the wealth of London without spending a fortune.
LESS than month out from the spectical that will be the London Olympics and several weeks on from the pageantry of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee – the United Kingdom particularly its capital London are basking in the global spotlight.
So, it should come as no surprise London was this month named as the world’s top visitor destination by credit card company MasterCard.
It is a title the city also won last year in the MasterCard Global Destination Cities Index, which measures the number of international visitors alongside their anticipated spend.
Some 16.9 million people are expected to fly to the Olympic city and their expected spending will bring a windfall of $21 billion.
Second placed city Paris lagged behind by 1 million while New York only managed 13th on the list with an expected 7.6 million arrivals.
So what puts London ahead of the rest?
Here’s Booked.net‘s top five best of London.