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We were on our journey back to Cairo airport where our flight would be delayed by the simple mechanic of a very small door through which to send too many people bound for too many flights scheduled to leave at the same time.
A sight caught my eye. Many sights caught my eye, in fact, because it's that kind of city, but this one caught my eye because it was so out of place.
Hilton London Canary Wharf has launched a new Sunday brunch menu in its Cinnamon Restaurant, with an egg and pancake station, soups, a carvery and classic Bellini cocktails on offer. It is served on Sundays from 11am and is priced at £24.95 per person. Wharf readers can enjoy 20 per cent off Sunday brunch at the Cinnamon Restaurant until September 30. Quote SUNDAY12 when phoning to book. Call 020 3002 2300.
It's played host to American presidents in its time but you don't have to be George Bush Sr or Jimmy Carter to enjoy the tranquility of Lainston House Hotel.
Originally a 17th Century country house it's been a hotel for 30 years and is widely regarded as one of the best in the county and it's perfect for a weekend retreat from the hassles of London life.
A new clinic in Canary Wharf aims to be a "one-stop shop" for nearly all health needs.
The Docklands Clinic at Admiral's Way in South Quay offers a range of medical and cosmetic treatments. As well as a walk-in GP service, the clinic offers hypnotherapy, clinical pilates and life coaching, and beauty treatments such as laser hair removal and botox.
Forget Canary Wharf, it will be California Wharf when the creators of Secret Cinema arrive in the area with their new concept.
The Wood Wharf area will be the centre of Future Cinema's California Classics weekend on September 3-4, with more than 8,000 people expected to attend screenings of cult movies The Lost Boys and Top Gun.