Lynton Hotel London Ltd.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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... It's only a pound coin! And by the way you're in 4th gear" apparently was not the right thing to say on my part. Everything calmed down after that thankfully and the only other drama was Nan's genuine concern at the fact I might not be able to find miniature bottles of Gin at the airport. I assured her that IF I have a problem getting miniatures, I will just have to get a big bottle. That put her mind at rest. Nan and Grandad joined me for lunch in Cafe Rouge ...
... to say their last words to the public before they were publicly hanged at a nearby place called Tyburn Way(Now Marble Arch).
By this time it was past lunch time and upon Lauren's suggestion we headed to Selfridges Foodhall to have lunch. We sought out the restaurant called the Brass Rail. They served the most delicious sandwiches. In the window was three huge pieces of meat - pastrami, salt beef and tongue. You could put these on ...
... We saw the ceramic poppies mentioned below.
"Tower of London moat filled with thousands of poppies to commemorate WW1 heroes
THE MOAT of iconic London landmark the Tower of London was today filled with thousands of ceramic poppies to commemorate the start of World War One, exactly 100 years ago".
We saw the Tower Bridge open, the huge ship going through, and then the bridge ...
... in we made our way to the one and only Harry Potter Studios where all of the Harry Potter films were made!!!! After another Mocha Cookie Frappacino we grabbed our audio guides and made our way on our tour… We watched a short movie where we made sure to sit right at the front on one of Chris' family members instructions as we were able to get the first glimpse of the real Great Hall!! We saw costumes, sets, props, vehicles, demonstrations, ...
... After the Tower, was Westminster Abbey a truly humbling place. Quite apart from the sheer scale and architecture of the place was the history from a who's who perspective. To see the tombs of the monarchs was one thing but to be near the tombs of the likes of Chaucer, Newton et al...... Sorry Sheps, I forgot to take in the Chapel of the Knights Templar. It was pointed out on our bus tour yesterday and I did think of you and our ...