The Olive Branch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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- Free parking
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... which was very pretty and we walked past a statue that was a memorial of Prince Albert which was huge and very interesting. Then we went to Kensington Palace. We then took the tube to London Tower and looked around a before taking a river tour to Westminster. The tour was really neat and we saw a lot of really neat things. After that we came back to the local pub, which I feel like I've been ...
... of one candy store. I foolishly forgot to stock up on groceries yesterday as I didn't know literally everything was shut today so I decided to go on a hunt for some shops that were open - surely there had to be something! I walked for about five mins past Covent Gardens and came across a restaurant that was open...finally!! Something other than granola bars. I went in and grabbed the first table. The waitress came over to me and asked me if I ...
... out, Västerås airport is TINY. Like, it only has one Ryanair flight per day, maybee two during high season. So it took me TEN minutes to get through customs. Wow! And then the bus basically coordinates with the flight, so it will leave early if the flight gets in early, late if late. The bus got to the Central Station in an hour. Christoffer came out to greet me, yay. It's nice being back! Tired from traveling all ...
... Ben and the Houses of Parliament, before walking to the Churchill Cabinet War Rooms. Much bigger than I expected, it was amazing to see how the war response was run from below ground. Next was Westminster Abbey. Although I have been through it before I never get tired of walking through the different areas of this magnificent building. It is always a reality check when you are seeing the crypts of royalty ...
Chris Rogers led a fascinating walk along the Thames between the Tower of London and Westminster for the Twentieth Century Society last Saturday. Drawing a parallel with the palaces of Venice which stand by the canals, his theme was the twentieth- and twenty-first century 'palazzos' along the Thames - buildings which display an intimate relationship with the river and stand independly on its ...