Excelsior Hotel London
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... and an important place of having fun and dancing on the floors to burn it! The Britannia whichhas great staff and beer to serve the customers are best places to hang out while in London. This brewery was built in 1834. The Windsor castle is built in the Campenhill Road, Imperial college bars and A-Z pub-crawl are other important placers that can be visited in London.The most important thing about Whits it is pert friendly which means you can carry your al ...
... to just wait around while I stood there like a classic gawking tourist trying to get my head around the fact that this building is a thousand years old!! The sea of poppies were very moving, I'm glad we got the chance to see them before they were all pulled up. We went on a tour with a Yeoman Warder (Beefeater) which was very informative and amusing, and saw Henry the VIII's armour and the Crown Jewels - now I'm not that into jewellery but I ...
November 9/10, 2014
We landed at Heathrow airport in heavy fog and were taken by bus on a 20 minute journey to Terminal 4 where we got tripped up at security with water in our bottles and toothpaste and gels in our backpacks. Nothing was confiscated but we will know better next time.
Next was a visit to the Jet Airways counter as we needed new boarding passes and then our first encounter with ...
... seats. (We didn't either). So we sat in first class with Justin, who was quite hung over and very funny. The ride took 30 mins and we arrived in Victoria station. After arriving at our hotel we took a shower in our really cool room. Our plan was to stay up all day and take a bus tour of the city. We took a double decker bus and a trip to see the highlights of the city. I was nodding off looking ...
... and he was the youngest kid in there which he was pretty happy about. I took Jesse to Hamleys (again) where we were really touristy and bought monopoly to play on our upcoming Scotland and Paris train trips. Other than that it has been a fiesta of Wimbledon and World Cup. Sal's early call of Belgium being the team to beat is looking good, but they are on tonight so we will see if that turns out to be a good tip - she has a funny knack of knowing these things.