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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... on Regent Street. We revisited our favourite shop in London, Hamley's Toy Store which has an amazing array of toys and heaps of staff demonstrating them. At Piccadilly Circus, I was approached by a large group of excited young people who asked nicely to have their photo taken. At first, I thought they wanted me to take the photo, but it turned out they were on some sort of quest and for this part, they needed to have their photo taken with a black ...
... way to the Tower of London we walked past The Monument. This is a tall tower erected to commorate the great fire in 1666 which destroyed the greater part of London. Next we "marched" onto the Tower of London, where we were duly escorted around by Yeoman Warder, Steve !!! He was a real card and great story teller. After being "released" by him we continued to explore the tower by ourselves. We visited the Crown Jewels, the Chapel (where at least 3 queens ...
... later, we get back in to see the rest of the show.
There have been a couple of other hotels where the alarms have been pulled and I have exited at my leisure, making sure I have my important stuff. And there have been drills, so many drills. Work place drills, hotel drills, restaurant drills, gym drills, store drills and others. Usually there is a sign or an employee will mention that a drill is being held at such and such a ...
... up my iPod as well. I "emergency stopped" the treadmill, gathered my iPod and walked out. People are leaving the gym and walking down the stairs but I detoured into the ladies locker room and got my purse and my coat and my keys. Yep, stuff is definitely important to me. But no smoke, no fire, no shouting, no running. Some poor ladies are in the shower, some are half dressed, some are totally nude, and they are not really hurrying so I meandered ...
... We had a breakfast at the hotel before walking to Hyde Park for a quick visit. We entered the park at the Italian Gardens, a beautiful devotion from Prince Albert to his beloved Queen Victoria and walked to The Albert Memorial. The Albert Memorial was commissioned by Queen Victoria in memory of Prince Albert. Unfortunately it is ugly. It has one of everything - gilding, stone work, iron work and is apparently built in the Gothic style which accounts for it's ...