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TravelPod Member ReviewsImperial College Accommodation London
Small for my American expectations (but then, isn't that all of Europe?), but otherwise perfect for my needs. Love the private toilet and shower, the park, the pub, the convenience store, and the health center amenities.
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... at West End tickets for tonight.
As mentioned earlier, the park is beautiful, and quite large - about 3km long.
At our end is Kensington Palace. We start here, and make our way up the middle past the first "Round Lake". This is filled with Geese, Swans, ducks, and other birds, with people feeding them at various points. It is quite a large lake, about 100 metres across (if not more).
Slowly past this, and up to ...
Had to get new Sim Card just before Abbey Road.
Tues a.m. we were lucky to get our hop on hop off ticket stamped for 48 hrs. Made our day. Three days for one.
Our first stop was off to Madame Toussaud's .
I remember it as not being too great from 30 years ago but I was very ...
Well, today's the day!! I've just got some last minute luggage checks to do - have been really ruthless since talking to my little sis, Jane, last night and taken loads of stuff out of the case. I got Ben to weigh it and it was just over 20kgs, so with that and a 12kg case of work stuff I'd be well over the limit! Anyway, I've reduced it down to: * 2 pairs trousers * 2 long skirts * 1 long dress ( for evenings out!) * 2 pairs of shorts (not sure ...
... town, to the British Museum. Unable to spend much there , so opted for the Egyptian display which had the Rosetta Stone. This is a museum for Eve to see the Rosetta Stone the beginning of decoding ancient languages and cultures. Then the actual stone work from the Acropolis, and it continued other great historical displays. The building itself makes for some great pics.
Took a cab to see Westminster and the Parliament Buildings. Went through ...
... lady with a Dutch accent. A final trek to the Arts and Crafts section, passing Leighton's frescoes on the way. Sad to find Morriss's portrait of Janey no longer where it was on my last visit — apparently it belongs at The Tate, who don't even have it on display. Back out amongst the well-heeled in South Kensington, a takeaway coffee and a short walk to the bus that takes us all the way home for a quick change before dashing back to Soho for dinner with Andrew ...