Redland House Hotel
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... all seemed a bit souless somehow. Still undecided whether will add to list of areas to consider to live in.
And will risk the weather gods by mentioning that it has been a fantastic week with sunny days and no rain. Cooler in the morning & then from about 4pm or so, and light up until about 6pm or so. High today was 15C, so spring is on the way.
No pictures for now, might add some later.
... have to be seen too, so it is important that one knows just where to find everything when a limited time is available. We had set a meeting time of 4pm outside the main entrance....just 5 hours! The pressure was on and the tablet was out for the note making! Now the one big drawback to the gallery is the lack of cloakroom to deposit ones external wear....and during the winter when it is cold outside and very warm inside this means wearing everythng or divesting ...
... see the sharks swimming just below your feet. There is also a tunnel built using a 25 meter long whale skeleton. Under the skeleton you can see the turtles, tropical fish, and colorfulcorals. This place is centrally located and you can go walking from the river Thames just intwenty minutes. When you are visiting, just give a call at the help desk and they will let you know about the specialeventsat that time.
London is ...
... a few blocks from Piccadilly Circus and loaded up the always useful Ulmon map to get to the hostel. The walk was incredible. The city was beautifully lit up at night, the people spoke English, signs were in English, I felt like I was walking in one of my daydreams. After a short walk we ended up at our hostel just a block away from Piccadilly Circus. It might have been the sketchiest place I could have imagined staying. There was a security guard who ushered us ...
... of tourists.
to the extensive size of the city, it often becomes difficult to opt for a place
to stay at. East London is a favorite place of many who want to keep themselves
away from all the hustling and bustling which are a common attribute of the
other ends of London. Currently, East end is undergoing through a process of
gentrification which is why a certain factor of trendiness can be seen emerging
over here ...