“In short, you’ve got basically one big indoor garden looking out over the Thames, Tower Bridge, The Shard and many other assorted iconic landmark iconic landmarks that dominate the London skyline, and the hills beyond – hence the ‘hills’ part of the name. On a clear day (and with superhuman eyesight), you might even be able to pick out your house.
While the view at 14 Hills is something to treasure, staring at buildings does start to get a tad boring (after about 15 minutes, give or take), and such an activity also seems to have an ability to suddenly make you feel a bit hungry, and a bit thirsty. So… ”
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