Wednesday, 26 April 2017

Feel Right at Home – Covent Garden Serviced Apartments

Covent Garden is located in the east fringes of London’s West End. It is divided by the main passageway of Long Acre, with the north centered on independent market stalls and the south centered on entertainment facilities, performers and historical buildings. Among its famous landmarks are London Transport Museum, St. Paul’s Church and the Freemason’s Hall, which served as a meeting place for many Masonic Lodges in the London area. This district boasts of many tourist attractions that mainly involve shopping and entertainment.
Not so long ago, Covent Garden was a region known for selling fruits and vegetables. It’s hard to imagine how a simple fruit and vegetable market could transform itself into a popular tourist destination in just a few years, but Covent Garden managed to beat the odds and become what it is today.
In addition to being a popular tourist destination, Covent Garden has also been associated with live performances and the arts. The Royal Opera House, which is also referred to as Covent Garden, has a capacity of over 2 thousand people and hosts operas and ballets on a regular basis. The area also has over 60 pubs and bars and is home to the Lam and the Lag, a 245-year old pub that is said to be the oldest in Covent Garden.
A vacation in Covent Garden or in any part of London can be anything but inexpensive. Most tourists counter the expensive London lifestyle by skipping the appeal of hotels and investing in cheaper accommodations like service apartments and aparthotels. Serviced Apartments Marylebone offer the convenience of hotels with a twist—they have the space and privacy hotels lack, but come with hotel-like customer service. They also have very affordable rates and are fully equipped with kitchen amenities and common household comforts like washing machines and fridge freezers.

One of the great things about staying in Serviced Apartments Covent Garden and Serviced Apartments Central London is the fact that accommodation rates usually decrease the more days a guest stays. And since service apartments have less frequent maid service and lesser staff members than hotels, rates are generally cheaper. The rise of the service apartment trend isn’t surprising with the number of guests preferring Presidential Marylebone Mayfair to hotels. They’re easier to access and are more convenient for short stays. No wonder tourists and businesses are beginning to prefer them over hotels; it’s the same experience at a better price.

Live Like a London Local – Presidential Apartments in Marylebone

London has always been a consistent forerunner when it comes to tourist destinations. Whether it’s the big red telephone booths and double-decker buses, its monarchs or simply the British accents, it’s a place people always come back to. Why wouldn’t they? The sheer number of things to do, places to visit, and the people are pretty amazing too.
It’s a colorful city filled with iconic buildings and palaces—the likes of which most people can only see in pictures and through television screens. You can revisit 2000 years of history while being able to see the technology of the future in London. It’s a well-balanced mixture of both past and present with its diverse architecture and culture.
One of the greatest things when it comes to London would be the fact that it’s a city of many neighborhoods. However, the number of neighborhoods this city has can be perplexing for any first-time visitor. That said, each one is worth exploring as it can hide many gems—places which only locals tend to be privy to. After all, a bit of adventure never hurt anyone. Who knows what you might discover along the way?
One of London’s most famous neighborhoods is Marylbone. It’s a popular upscale community famous for its numerous tourist destinations, and is located in London’s West End. This part of London is well known for its classy shops and interesting sites. This is where you’ll find The Madame Tussauds Wax Museum, as well as two of London’s most famed parks—Hyde Park and Regent’s Park, which houses London Zoo.
For tourists and visitors, popular accommodations for short stays and holidays include presidential and holiday apartments. These apartments offer cheaper rates but come with the same customer service as hotels. Presidential apartments Marylebone and holiday apartments in London are a common choice for guests visiting Marylbone on vacation. They’re fully equipped with common household comforts and even come with fully furnished kitchens and fast internet connection.

Staying in Serviced Apartments Central London give you the feel of being in a place of your own—you can make your own breakfast, do your own laundry and fix your sheets. It’s a more private and budget-friendly alternative to hotels. You get the same security and customer service for a lesser price, and get the place to yourself. It gives it guests that unique experience of living like a local and not just a tourist passing through. Definitely something to consider trying the next time you’re in town for a sojourn.

Wednesday, 12 April 2017

How to prepare yourself to celebrate Easter 2017 in London?

Easter- A celebration of the resurrection of Jesus.

The day that proved “Death could not hold him”. We can say, this is the day that fills our heart with the hope of Winning, Grow and Victory of Goodness. It also renews our daily hopes and encouraged to be a person with Good spirit, behave and thought.

Easter is one of the holidays celebrated with rituals. Most people around the Globe come to London for Easter Week celebration with his family and friends. London have many things that make the visitors day during this Easter. Some of the most popular events have listed below:
  1. Open air events
  2. Easter sporting events
  3. Easter Music events
There are many places which have special offerings during Easter weeks and these places can be visited with your families and friends.

Some of them are as mentioned below:

  1. Southbank Centre
  2. Kew Gardens
  3. V&A Museum of Childhood
  4. Horniman Museum and Gardens
  5. Museum of London
  6. Battersea Park Zoo
  7. Bank of England Museum
  8. Hampton Court Palace

There will be no surprise if you have occupied Presidential Apartments Marylebone for your Easter Celebration. This the best serviced Apartment London located in Mayfair near covent garden.

During the Easter week there is specific prayer for each day.
Monday - Holy Week Prayer

Lord God,
Six days before his death, your son sat with Lazarus,
Whom he had raised from the dead,
And ate dinner with his friends.
Once again, your gospel tells us, Martha served,
And Mary knelt at Jesus’ feet
To anoint them with costly perfume.
The disciple who was about to betray him
Said that it was a waste.
He didn’t care about the poor, really –
He just wanted to fill his own pockets
And make Mary feel ashamed.
Lord God,
Often we cannot discern what is best:
When to pour out costly perfume for your sake,
Even if the world thinks it a waste.
When to be busy serving,
Or when to rest at your Son’s feet and learn.
Give us ears to hear you and eyes to see.
For the sake of your Son, Jesus Christ.

Tuesday - Holy Week Prayer

Lord God,
The message of the cross is difficult to take.
How can death give way to life? How can weakness be strength?
Yet your word says that Jesus, being God,
Took on human flesh
And suffered the worst kind of death.
How can this be?
This message is indeed difficult to take.
But your foolishness is wiser than our wisdom.
Your weakness is greater than our strength.
Help us to know that none of us can boast before you.
It is only in Christ Jesus that we can boast.
In his name, we ask you to help our unbelief.
That we may love you, and walk in the way Jesus taught us.
In his name,

Wednesday - Holy Week Prayer
Lord God,
We tremble to think
That it was one of Jesus’ own friends who betrayed him.
One who sat by him, who broke bread with him.
Give us strength, we pray,
To walk faithfully with Jesus,
Even when the road we walk is rocky
Even when the message of the cross seems like foolishness
And even when we feel betrayed.
You, Lord, are always faithful.
We stumble, we become lost,
But you are steady and sure.
Give us the grace to endure our troubles,
And reveal to us the glory of your kingdom,
Through your son, Jesus Christ, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit.

Thursday (Maundy Thursday) - Holy Week Prayer

Lord God,
You sent your Son into the world,
And before his hour had come,
He washed his disciples’ feet.
You had given all things into his hands.
He had come from you, and was going to you,
And what did he do?
He knelt down on the floor,
And washed his friends’ feet.
He was their teacher and their Lord,
Yet he washed their feet.
Lord God, help us learn from his example;
Help us to do as he has done for us.
The world will know we are his disciples
If we love one another.
Strengthen our hands and our wills for love
And for service.
Keep before our eyes the image of your Son,
Who, being God, became a Servant for our sake.
All glory be to him who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit,
One God, now and forever.

Friday (Good Friday) - Holy Week Prayer
Lord God,
Jesus cried out to you on the cross,
“Why have you forsaken me?”
You seemed so far from his cry
And from his distress.
Those who stood at the foot of the cross
Wondered where you were,
As they saw Jesus mocked and shamed and killed.
Where were you then?
Lord God,
We, too, ask where you are,
When there is trouble and suffering and death,
And we cry out to you for help.
Be near to us, and save us
So that we may praise you for your deliverance.
Lord God,
We wait, on Friday, for the resurrection of Sunday
And sometimes our lives seem a succession of Fridays
And we cannot see what is “Good.”
Teach us to call your name
As Jesus did.
Make us to trust in you like little children.
In Jesus’ name,

Saturday (Holy Saturday) - Holy Week Prayer
Lord God,
On the Sabbath,
Jesus rested.
He was in the grave.
He had finished his work.
To most people’s eyes,
It looked as if it were all over.
He was dead and buried.
But only as a seed dies when it is planted in the earth,
Not to decay, but to spring to new life.
Teach us to take refuge in you when we are afraid
Teach us that death is not our end
Teach us to hope always in you
And in the resurrection, the making of all things
Through Jesus Christ our Lord,

Sunday - (Easter/Resurrection Sunday) - Holy Week Prayer

Lord God,
You loved this world so much,
That you gave your one and only Son,
That we might be called your children too.
Lord, help us to live in the gladness and grace
Of Easter Sunday, everyday.
Let us have hearts of thankfulness
For your sacrifice.
Let us have eyes that look upon
Your grace and rejoice in our salvation.
Help us to walk in that mighty grace
And tell your good news to the world.
All for your glory do we pray, Lord,

Be prepare for Fantastic Easter Celebration at  Serviced Apartments Mayfair.