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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... This walk is about a mile and a half each way and can be covered in less than twenty minutes, one way. It is suggested that one walks at a more leisurely pace to take in all the sights and sounds of London.Alternatively, one could also use the Shaftesbury suites as a point of origin to Paddington Green, across Paddington Basin. One also passes the Royal Exchange in ...
... to Kathryn's. I showed Adrian around my neighborhood a bit and then it was time for us to go and cook the Thanksgiving dinner. This took us from about 2 to 8pm and the meal consisted of mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, stuffing, cranberries, a variety of breads, macaroni and cheese, butternut squash soup, green bean casserole, and our course turkey. Guests started arriving about 6:30 and they all began migrating to the kitchen to smell it all and ask when it would be ready. ...
With our Cath and Andy tour plan in hand, we headed to Green Park metro and Bucky Palace to see changing of the guards. Tricky to see much with pushy crowds but the very entertaining Bobbys made us giggle and a few glimpse of the pomp and ceremony made it worthwhile. Squirrel spotting in St James Park led us to Churchill's War Museum which was so interesting, ...
... the Spencer Arms Pub for a sandwich lunch sitting in the garden because the weather is now very warm.Drove on to Bletchley Park, the home of the Codebreakers during the war. It did take us a while to find our way there as there were road diversions and with all the roundabouts we got a bit lost and dizzy. I must say what a very fascinating place it is, how these people had the knowhow to break the codes beats me.It is well worth a visit. We were there for 90 min or so but you ...
... my previous trip. The first day we got here in the early afternoon so after we dropped our stuff off at the hostel, walked around the city to get a feel, hit the Borough Market for some fresh food, and then went to a pub to watch the soccer match. The next day we got an open bus pass where we hopped on and off at the different sights. Some highlights were Buckingham Palace where we saw the back-end of ...