Martel Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... playing outside and a lot less time in front of the TV than the American kids I know. Perhaps they’re simply not as interested in television and video games!
I mentioned scooters -- they're extremely popular here. I've seen kids riding them in parks all over London, as well as in grocery stores, shopping malls, and Tube stations. I even saw a mom pulling her toddler on a scooter that was attached ...
... view. The ship has a family connection on my side , my great grandfather was the bosun"s mate. He jumped ship in Brisbane when the ship was there in 1894. It is a beautiful example of a tea clipper and the staff regaled us with tales from her voyages, how the ship got her name, how she was saved from being another wreck, how the tin cutty shark (scottish for a chemise or dress) that was cut adrift ...
... cans for 7 hour delays - ouch! Just after the Orangina kicked in someone started to loosen their grasp of behavioural control. We threatened to leave her at home tonight - "No Daddy, I am going - I bought a dress for this occasion!"
We headed off to meet the wedding party, on arrival Boo was worried she was overdressed and didn't want to come in, a hug from Evie and a second later it was all washed away and Evie had a new ...
... Saxon, to the Plantagenet Kings, Tudors, Roundheads, and the modern city. Millions of exhibits of stone age tools, bronze age tools, swords, knives etc etc. The exhibits come right up to 21st century London, including 2012 Olympics. You really need to spend days here, but we are touristed out and our legs are only good for about 2 hours, before we retreat into the coffee shop to recover.
... Palace to see the changing of the guard. Got a great viewing spot and managed to take video of the guards, impressive!
Lots and lots of tour groups were there too. It's interesting to see the Chinese tour groups especially - they all wear wireless headphones connected to their Chinese group leader, who gives a continuous running commentary in Chinese. Of course they want to get commentary in their own language, but the impression to me was that they wanted to ...