The White Ferry House
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe White Ferry House London
Not a great vibe, common room pretty small and some guy snored his head off.
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We picked up our hire car from Avis and had originally planned to spend the day at Windsor. But the boys had had their fill of castles and were keen to go to London Zoo (esp Guy) so we ended up leaving the car at the depot and getting a train into London (this time the fast train to save time). We made our first stop at 221b Baker Street so Matthew could see Sherlock Holmes' place but we ended up skipping the 2 hour queue in the baking sun for the Museum (and overheard someone ...
... crowd (which is most of the time) you can hear at least three different languages being spoken. I took the hotel shuttle bus from the airport to my hotel (the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge) and based on the areas we drove through London reminds me a bit of Melbourne, with a lot of older buildings and clean, busy streets.I was surprised to see that trees line many streets, even in the centre of the city.
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... 23degC day with John taking time to show me around the new £5million stand and ground improvements. Gloucestershire made this sort of money by selling land to a developer who built and sold 147 apartments costing £15 million total around the south side of the ground.The day ended with Gloucestershire 391 all out and Glamorgan 209/2 with Jacques Rudolph 108not out. I drove John home and we enjoyed a nice BBQ with good company.
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The cathedral was beautiful. We all got the children's version of the audio guide so we could synchronize ourselves to listen at the same time :) The front doors of the church are only opened for special occasions, like weddings or funerals of dignitaries. I bet they opened when Prince Charles and Princes Diana got married! Each door weighs ...
... lots of red double decker buses, black fancy taxis and red telephone boxes. We rolled our bags along the streets (after the teachers got us lost a couple of times) to our hostel. We defiantly looked like tourists taking photos of every building and every bus. We found our room and dragged our bags up two flights of stairs only to find out we were staying on the ground floor. We all got changed but we didn't have time to have a shower and went for a walk to the tube and ...