20 Hertford Street
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- Concierge desk
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
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... cold bottled water at both the airport and the train station. Train station staff directed people with luggage to the elevator, for which I was grateful. I think we each drank about four litres of water in two hours.
Finally, we boarded the air-conditioned train. I didn't fully relax until we were will within the tunnel as it was then too late to turn our train back.
Ahh, delightful London! Temperatures in the mid-20s instead of the sweltering high 30s.
ExCel London is owned ...
A bit weary today and slow to move, but as I only had a day in London, it was time to be on the move.
Walked around London from 0830 until 1700 - some places I even saw more than once!!!
The sun is shining today and it is just a little bit breezy. As usual, it did keep up to raining every day, if only for a short time.
I went for a walk along the Thames and saw the Golden Jubilee Bridge, before ...
Well, today we kicked off our London visit with a big day straight up. Poor Kevin, Simone and Jacinta do not know what we have in store for them over the next few days, however, they can rest assured knowing they will be kept very busy! Our first stop in this wonderful city was Trafalgar Square where we enjoyed the relative peace and quiet before the large crowds of tourists arrived in full force. The kids even managed to climb upon one ...
... throughout the trip.
As for the history, this place was first known as ‘Liuerpul’ back in 1190. The term meant a creek or a pool with is filled with muddy water. Many other people have poured in their viewpoints on the origin of this place by suggesting the term ‘elverpool’ with due reference to the wide variety of eels in the Mersey. The city was originated in the year 1207 in the month of August. ...
... The button that turned on the water worked similarly to those you can find on a sink faucet. The button, when pressed, would only allow for a certain amount of water to come out, about 30 seconds, before it would release its pressure and the water would turn off. This meant that every 30 seconds or so I would have to press the button again and wait for the water to kick back on. It also meant that I couldn't adjust the heat of the shower at all. This ...