Martel Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Nice and early start this morning and we headed straight for Buckingham Palace to watch the changing of the guards. Mum told us we needed to get there early and wait else we will not be able to see over the massive crowds that swamp Buckingham Palace. The guard change was amazing but was very busy and a lot of people where there. We had also been waiting over an hour so I was very exhausted after it. After we quickly went to lunch and literarily ran back to Buckingham Palace just in time ...
... walked straight through. We bought Oyster cards at a travel info desk, and also were talked into tickets for madam toussards and the eye. I hope we weren't ripped off, but there a so many different options and everyone tells you something different. The tube was painless. We got off and hyde park corner and had a nice, but long walk through Hyde Park and Kensignton gardens. We were a bit worried the wheels would fall off ...
We all felt very sad at leaving Finland and not quite ready to go after only 5 days. Altho experiencing Helsinki in a heatwave in summer gave a rose-tinted view and up to -30 degree temps in the winter might not be quite so much fun. Despite this, Matthew still wants to live here (replacing France as his favourite) so you never know, we may be back. The people have been so friendly and it's easy to get ...
... word. I didn't understand until this trip. Traveling through the English countryside and Ireland have completely captivated me. It's the little things from the miles of green fields scattered with stone walls to the ocean crashing against the cliffs beneath my feet as the birds swarm around me. Being in places that have the power to send a feeling ...
... model T Rex that moved and roared opening it’s mouth while doing so in quite a convincing manner. I was amazed at the number of little children who were brave enough to stand and watch it.
We hit the shops like Primark, Top Shop, H& M, Urban Outfitters (Oxford Street) etc and finally Hamley’s Toy Shop (Regent Street). Alice was keen to go to these clothing shops that we don’t have ...