Notting Hill Apartments By Bridgestreet
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... br> Our walk continued through Hyde park. The rose gardens are a thing of beauty, Dan secretly took my picture while I blissfully walked through the vine archways. That picture just became one of my favourites because I know how happy I was at that moment. We walked for hours finally making it to our final destination, Harrods.
Oh man, what an experience that is. I was slightly embarrassed because I had gotten what I assume the true "London-look" ...
... We floated down the river in 8-person rafts with a guide. There were eight rafts. We had a very calm, confident guide who provided excellent instructions for navigating each rapid. He was a member of the Croatian Rafting Team. The middle section of the river had a couple of Class 3 rapids, but most were Class 2. All were short, separated by flat water. We barely got wet except for the splashing from other boats. There was one rapid that we had to walk around. After arriving ...
... height: normal; ">Anyway, registration packet in hand she got back to the apartment in 20 minutes instead of the forty plus that it had taken to get there. Rushing through the door, she found everyone...asleep. Dag nab it! Rushed and broke a sweat for no reason!
Once everyone was ready we walked ...
reasonable and affordable by most of the tourists; they are also located at a
perfect place providing a very easy access to the tourists to most of the parts
of the city. Paddington is the most well connected area of London with the
maximum number of transport facilities making sure that you get a totally
hassle free trip. Paddington Railway station is the oldest underground ...
... reaching street food vendors lining the sidewalks outside the stores. This market was similar to what we had done for lunch the previous day, apparently the markets just spring up depending on day to day. I had a bowl of spiced squash stew on rice with beets and other veggies for "five and a half quid". We sat outside a nearby pub and ordered and enjoyed a pint in the warm spring air.
Meetings continued until 7pm when we walked north to a fancier pub for dinner. This one ...