Mandalay Picton House Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
Photos of Mandalay Picton House Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Mandalay Picton House Hotel London
Travel Blogs from London
... look at their airworthy Lancaster bomber, as if it were a friendly old steam locomotive when it was a device designed for killing people and in the process killed huge numbers of it's own crew members, including many Australians.
I was disappointed with the museum but the flying display was almost worth the substantial price of admission.
Explored London's lovely parks and Buckingham palace. The welsh guards impressed us on their horses - we them walked to parliament and Big Ben to Westminster Abbey. Kings took the boys out to the park for soccer in the afternoon. Out for dinner to Italian in shepherds market with lovely ...
... course. Ending up going back to the hotel to get out of the rain, and meeting for a Jack the Ripper tour in the east end at 7. It rained again, which was awful as both Jemima and I forgot umbrellas. Went for dinner at mcdonalds at the station because everything else seemed closed, and went to bed. The mcflurry was ...
... map instructions. I ended up taking a shuttle to the rail station, took a train to the city center, and then a couple of busses after that. It was definitely not the most effective way to get there. And as I was riding the busses, I was staring at the sun, watching it go down, thinking about my rule and what my plan b would be. I found my host's house (or what I was pretty sure was it). And stood there knocking for a good 20 minutes. I could not afford a ...
... The Royal Mews looked like an option to fill some of the afternoon but it was closed until February.
Back at Victoria, we enjoyed the most expensive glasses of mulled wine and ended up having our dinner in a Wetherspoons on the railway station just to pass the time. We could not travel until 8.30 pm on our tickets.
It was midnight by the time we got home. Not a successful second day in London and next time we must make more of it by leaving less to ...