The King`s Wardrobe Serviced Apartments by BridgeStreet
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- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
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... York Minster with a guided tour, after we grabbed a late lunch at a nearby Tapas restaurant...yum! After lunch the rain stopped so we walked around the stone barrier wall and gates. York has one of the biggest collections of old trains at their train museum which is free, so we took some time to walk around Brian was like a kid in a candy store checking out all the mechanics while I took photos:-). On the way back to the B&B we stopped at the local corner grocery store. ...
... from 100 A.D.) stands in the Forum in Rome. The cast was so tall, that it was cut in half to fit under the museum's roof in two pieces. Amazing!
The museum's clothing collection is beyond compare. Displays include all sorts of 18th Century and 19th clothing for both men and women. One wonders how some of the clothes were worn, and how one got through doorways in some of them. You like furniture?
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... gardens and palace. That night I headed to East London for drinks at a friend's apartment. Over wine, we caught up and enjoyed the view of London's skyline. The next day we set out to hit all the main tourist sites including: Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, Tate Modern, Borough Market, St. Paul's Cathedral, Globe Theatre, Hoxton/East London and a show in Soho! I'll let the pictures do the ...
Today was day 2 in London and it was full of adventure! We started the day at Madame Tussauds, the museum of wax figures. That was a lot of fun. They had movie stars, musicians, politicians, and everything in between. They had a spooky part that was like a haunted house, which was pretty creepy. It had nasty, bloody wax figures and live actors scaring us. They had a spirit of London ride where we rode in a little car ...
... WOW! Great production! Also, eating grilled sea bass at one of the restaurants nearby...delicious!!!! One of the best fish dishes I have ever eaten! Again, a very busy and full day and extremely tired! We are quickly learning there is no way to see all of this city in four days but we are giving it a good try! PS...my English teacher friends and my sisters forgive any grammatical errors...trying to do this quickly and don't have enough time to revise and edit! Love to ...