The Luxury Inn
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... in the room. The hotel offers a wide range of facilities like that of car parking, luggage porter, car on rent and other services. Swimming pool and fitness area for boarders are great provisions in offer. As part o the arrangement you can relax with the spa facility. The luxurious arrangement of everything is praiseworthy and can be availed whenever necessary. Restaurant and pub inside the hotel premise provide with fresh meal ...
... from the central line at Liverpool Station to the metropolitan line, and then one stop on, so off we head. We are quite close to an underground station, but there are no elevators or escalators down so we lug about 40kg of luggage each down a couple of flights of stairs (I'm regretting my precision packing at this point!). A lovely Asian lady offered to help me, but she looked to be about 60, so I politely ...
... the flower beds are breath taking.
Year after year Bushy park never fails to attract people by the millions, Richmond is the largest of the 8 parks and Bushy is the second largest, it is located close to Hampton Court Palace, Bushy Park offers you variety of woods, gardens, ponds and grassland. Over all this is a wonderful place for you to enjoy your afternoon, and if you are lucky you might get the set your sights on the roaming ...
... Palace, Westminster Abbey and Westminster Cathedral.
One of the best ways to explore this part of London, with so many historical and iconic landmarks is simply to walk around. You can purchase maps from any newsagents stand around the city and walking will allow you to see some of the buildings you might otherwise have missed. It is a fascinating part of the capital city and well worth visiting whether you have a deep ...
Today we went to places that photography wasn't allowed, thus I have very few photos to share.
We were off to the Cabinet War Rooms for their opening at 9:30. These tight quarters were home to the leaders of the British Government for years. Even the King would go to these underground tunnels to meet with Churchill. These remained completely secret throughout WWII and were closed up at the end of the war and barely touched until the 70's. They are less than 2 blocks from ...