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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... that Sir Arthur Sullivan was buried there. We caught the train back and decided to have dinner at the Truscott Arms. We arrived and found the trivia night just beginning. We joined in hoping we could our maintain our previous performance of coming last - and we did. We walked back through the streets in mild evening to the flat and I'm and enjoying a herbal tea. We pondered that we have walked on the steps of Christopher Wren. What a lovely day. Good ...
... you pay for and this has only cost me $880 for 2 weeks so for London I think that is pretty good. Shared bathroom - will have to see how that goes. At least there is a jug and tea bags in the room so I have made a cup of tea and await Darren's return so that he can make my bed. Might be an early night as it has been a long day! Darren arrived home around 6:30. Seems very nice. He is a trainer with Google and works in the city. I headed off ...
... quickly. I stayed up for a bit to write up yesterday's blog. By the time I had finished, everyone was asleep.
Despite being tired I woke up twice in the night but generally slept well. I had a strong feeling that the bedroom was very small. In my half dream, I idly wondered which set of lifts we were meeting the kids at in the morning. It was funny how our brains had been reprogrammed by the holiday. The next day Sarah and Joseph commented on how ...
... a picture of one of the signs but thought better of it!)
We then walked over the Millennium Bridge, which allowed us to see the great Tower Bridge and all the buzzing water traffic on the River Thames. The other side of the bridge led us to Shakespeare's Globe Theatre. Before taking a guided tour, we had a smashing lunch at the pub next door, and enjoyed people watching in this very popular tourist region ! It was fascinating to learn that ...
... began with the Beefeaters in their enormous bear skin hats. We had a great view and lovely British ladies as our neighbors. They attend the parade every year and were well equipped with extra Union Jacks to share with us. When we got our first glimpse of Prince Harry and Princess Kate, and then the Queen and Prince Philip, we all waved our flags wildly like proper British subjects. We missed seeing Prince William and Prince Charles who were both in military dress and ...