The Prince Albert
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... to be boarding the Magic in a few hours - the morose mood crushed harder.
So to my plans for the day, Stonehenge I thought. Almost all the way to Bath, driving from sea to almost sea suddenly seems like a silly idea. We picked up a Sangyyong with no aircon, happily the British weather looked after us though with a grey cool morning. Our first stop for the day was just a few kilometers down the road at the memorial to the Battle of Britain. Even ...
... there wasn’t anything called ‘tasty’. Hmmm, what to do!?! Being an excellent decision maker it only took me about 15 minutes to decide to purchase 2 bags of cheese, one mozzarella to ensure we had something that would actually melt, and another one called ‘mild cheddar’ hoping that it wasn’t the plastic, non-melting variety and that it tasted ‘tasty’. Then I had to decide on salsa ….. heavy sigh …..
... partner Oliver. Kade has just completed his MBA with a term at London Business School. It was fun to swap notes with Kade, as we had left Wesley on the same day at the end of Term 3, and had both ventured overseas almost immediately. Our one and only London negroni experience, at Streaky Gin in Gloucester Road, proved to be our most expensive by far! Whole Foods deserves a mention. The High Street Kensington branch of this incredible whole foods supermarket is a bit over 5 ...
... I have this thought that people love reading my waffling on. Whatever it is, please don't put this entry in the ******** 'bracket' (haha). Moving on then; my use of 'royally' above came because our first stop this morning was Buckingham Palace. Pretty much five minutes after leaving our hotel, the big wall told us we'd reached the grounds of the property, which extended quite a distance around the area. The road we were on too, Buckingham Palace Road, was a pretty ...
... boat descended the first of five huge, deep, staircase locks which were cut out of solid rock. Had I seen these locks before venturing on our trip, I would have had second thoughts! This one made ours look like baby-locks.
Chester has preserved several medieval buildings, but what caught our attention were the distinct black and white half-timbered buildings and "Rows", two-tiered medieval galleries ...