St. Athans Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Pets allowed
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... me to go in there and I will be in the right place.
I walked up to the door (tiptoed. I was walking on carpet) and gently opened it and walked inside.
At this point my mouth dropped and I walked straight back to the lady to double check that indeed this is where I was supposed to be.
I had a seat. For Russell Howard. Live at the O2. IN THE FLIPPING V.I.P SECTION!
... stables. Walked along the Thames River and past the London Eye. Spent a lot of time on the bus stuck in traffic. Took Chelsea out to the Chelsea Football Club megastore, made her whole trip. Very busy city, lots of old buildings and people ...
Day 54 - Woohoo Disembarkment
This morning we slept in and Toby treated me to a gym free day! We got up and went to the day spa. I had another fantastic massage. Toby had the same coughing masseuse. ..Toby was not impressed. I switched contact details with Mega, the day spa Masseuse and then we headed to the coffee lounge. Toby had his coffee fix and ate pastries. We switched ...
Today we went to places that photography wasn't allowed, thus I have very few photos to share.
We were off to the Cabinet War Rooms for their opening at 9:30. These tight quarters were home to the leaders of the British Government for years. Even the King would go to these underground tunnels to meet with Churchill. These remained completely secret throughout WWII and were closed up at the end of the war and barely touched until the 70's. They are less than 2 blocks from ...
... about it, a real rush in the air. From the iconic taxis to the conglomerate of nightlife, London was great. We were fortunate to be there in their summer, and it was actually quite warm. We ventured to Greenwich one day and wandered aimlessly, (with our mouths probably far too open), around the Greenwich University on the banks of the River Thames.
Roger and I stayed in London for three nights, one night we met a friend Will from Australia and had a great ...