Grand Residences by Marriott - Mayfair - London
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... brunches and picnics. The main reason why people take up travelling is
to relax and rejuvenate. Staying close to Hyde Park and indulging in various
outdoor activities does just that. The purpose of your whole trip will be
fulfilled in Hyde Park alone and this is exactly why Hyde park is a suitable
place of stay when you are visiting the city of London. Remember that it is one
of the best places to stay in one of the best cities in the world.
... like Coney Island.
After lunch, we got back on the bus and found our way to Parliament Square, Westminster Abbey, and more expensive entry fees. I seriously doubt many poor backpacking college students go into any of these places! We didn't. But I can honestly say the outsides were interesting.
We tried to walk to Buckingham Palace from Westminster Abbey and got ridiculously lost. And grumpy. We saw the palace, and decided we wouldn't ...
Today we went for a walk through Hyde Park and looked at some wildlife. We also found the Albert Memorial and Albert Hall where Albert posed for some photos.
We eventually made our way to Harrods for lunch.
Now, some people might say that lunch at Harrods was a big mistake, and because we paid $200 for eight dumplings each Steven would probably agree. I, however, like to see everything as ...
... bit noisy not to mention our third floor room is literally beside the lift which generates more noise. You can swing a cat in our bedroom but only one so it is a good thing we will not be spending a lot of time in it. Don't think there are any other English people in the hotel and our lunch break yesterday there didn't seem to be anyone speaking English either. This is the true London?
... box galleries, plus restaurant and bookshop spaces within the historic grade 2 listed building. A new extension wing, nineteen metres by twenty metres on plan, provides visitor facilities, two standard galleries and a double-height gallery with a viewing platform on the second floor.Its filled with natural light and consists of many gallery spaces on 3 levels. Huge works can easily be accommodated with large amounts of quiet space ...