The Wellness Home
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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As we awoke to a beautiful clear blue sky (with warnings that it wouldn't last) we decided to head to Wimbledon. This 42 acre complex is constantly undergoing renovation. Centre court and court 1 are only used during the championships. They are also used for Davis Cup and during the Olympics.The results of the finals are left on display until only weeks before the next championships. There are 19 courts as well as practice courts, two of which ...
We had great fun at Harrods this morning, what an amazing shop, I could spend a few days just looking through the floors and floors of different things, from amazing fresh produce to designer label cloths and jewellery worth thousands of pounds! Not everything is expensive and we managed to do a little retail therapy:) In the afternoon we ...
... out our tickets and then joined a tour group with one of the Yeomen of the Guard or one of the Beefeaters. He took us through the essential bloody and barbaric history of the Tower as a prison and a place of execution for "privileged", traitors to King or Queen and high profile residents such as Lady Jane Grey, the royal princes and so on. Of course the highlight of the tour is to file past(on travelator of course) the Crown Jewels. This is about the closest that we will ...
Off to Stonehenge: a history not fully understood The area has been scanned and lots of stone age settlements have been discovered under the surface. It has been altered over the centuries by people to suit the time. It's a bit foggy this morning due in Stonehenge by 11.20am Salisbury plains have large cultivated paddocks. Stonehenge ...
... stayed during the bombing raids on London. I couldn't imagine what that must have been like staying underground, working long days, sleeping wherever you could find a bed and when you did go outside you might find your house or whole street gone in the bombing. Most of the rooms are exactly as they were left after the war. The rest of the place tells you about Churchill's life. He was put into boarding school as a very young boy and can you believe his parents hardly ...