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Excellent

AdvantagesFantastic food and service

DisadvantagesNot really wheelchair friendly

...THE GREEDY BUDDHA 144 Wandsworth Bridge Road, Fulham, London, SW6 2UH. 020 7751 3311/ 020 7371 0166 www.thegreedybuddha.com This is a restaurant not far from where my daughter lives and in the last couple of months I have been there twice. They visit quite often and were keen to take us there. They treated me to a meal here when I was down there...

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Super

AdvantagesAmazing sculptures, Great activities for children

DisadvantagesIf the weather is bad can't use the childrens sand area.

...= = = = = = = = = About Sandworld = = = = = = = = = Sandworld is Weymouth?s first sand sculpture festival, and one of only a handful ever held in the UK. It was opened in 2011 by Weymouth ?Sandman?, Mark Anderson, and David Hicks, an aspiring sand sculptor and good friend of Mark. Their aim is to bring the best sand artists from around the world to your doorstep, so you can see what they have...

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Excellent

“Buddha ornament”

published 08/01/2012

AdvantagesLooks quite nice

DisadvantagesNot quite to my taste

...This is a lovely ornament I bought for my daughter who collects Buddhas. I bought this from Tu and Sainsburys and it cost me only £6. It isn?t something I would want in my home but I know she likes them and so this is why I got it for her. She loved it when she opened the present. It looks more expensive than it is and it is really heavy aswell. The ornament is 20cm high and it is...

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