The New London Carlton Hotel
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... of three hours experiencing London from 200 BC to present day. So much history to take in !
We left the museum and walked to St Pauls Cathedral where Cheryl lit a candle for the fathers. After we walked back to the apartment for a quiet night in, Kylie and Michelle went out for dinner and we looked after Grace for them.
We picked up some supplies from Waitrose and had a very nice Meat pie and Vegies for Dinner, made a very pleasant change.
... you could imagine. None of us were interested in buying anything so we headed on up the street to the locks were a very large "Crier" was announcing the locks and our timing was perfect. A couple of the small boats were going to head through the locks so we watched and waited with anticipation as the whole procedure to use one of these locks is all manually operated. Quite fascinating and surprised that they are continually in use on a daily basis.
Well, that made all ...
... new friends. We walked down Richmond Hill to our apartment happy and content with full tummies and light hearts. Oh...and on the way to our apartment we passed Sir David Attenborough's house (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews /10326457/Sir-David-Attenborough-Richmo nd-is-my-favourite-place-on-Earth.html) . It's the light blue house on the hill. We always look for him, but haven't seen him ...
... we "misunderestimated" the amount of walking to be done. And we started a bit too early, hoping that there would be something open.
So, from Green Park station, we walked a few hundred metres up Piccadilly. Our target was the Royal Academy, with Fortnum and Mason being a bit on the side. The RA didn't open till 11, and we were even too early for F&M, but luckily there was a bookshop next door or so, that filled in the time for us, and at the end I ...
... until the staff has removed their remains from the premises. When I asked one of the gardeners whether the gardens were exactly as Ms. S-W planned them, I learned that they are not now but they will be. Vita opened the gardens to the public in May, 1938, and by the 70's they had been well, trampled. In order to handle the traffic, paths were installed in the garden rooms that had been designed as parterres. Work to return the rooms to ...