St. Athans Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSt. Athans Hotel London
A cheap place to stay in London with walking access to sites and easy access to the tube/buses. Tiny rooms, mine was quite tired looking. Shared bathrooms.
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... PUB grub. (It's usually served at
lunch so very
hard to find at night; we never ate lunch because the breakfast is composed of
or ham, sausage, toast, juice,
cereal, tomatoes, mushrooms,
and coffee or tea!!) We got
lucky and found the best: Yorkshire pudding--a kind of bread bowl with sliced
in thin gravy--delicious, especially for those of us ...
... was really excellent.
Now I'm in Westminster with all of the famous sights, and it's about 12:30. I snapped a few picturs of Parliament and Big Ben, which were spectacular, and headed for West Minster Abbey. I was very excited about seeing this and it was everything and so much more than I expected. With the London Pass I avoided a very long line, which in itself made it worth the trip. Inside, it's very impressive architecture, high ceilings, ...
... or be overly sunny. For some reason here everyone wears close-toed shoes. They generally know that you are American if you wear sandals right now, because it is still "cold" for them. Yesterday I saw someone wearing a winter jacket. Londoners have a super hard time figuring out what Americans are saying. They think that my name is Kelly at Starbucks. They also use different words for things, like pants are underwear here. ...
... where there was more food (vegetable gardens), so their barns were full of people. The Americans played with the kids. The stores would leave their doors unlocked so the Americans could come in and drink whatever they liked and the Americans would always leave something - cigarettes, chocolate, etc.
The french people were amazed at the excess of the Americans, and how everything came ready to setup. They setup up a landing strip out of the box, and prison for ...
... didn't turn out too well so we ended up going out for some dessert and then headed over to Olympic Park where the London Olympics were held (date?). It was a pretty long tube ride to get there and once we did, we were greeted by a big Westfield shopping mall. AHHHH!!! I had never been this far east in London; it was so Americanized. Lori and I walked a bit of ways before finally finding the stadium, which looked like the House of Blues in Chicago. We climbed around in ...