Travel Joy Hostels Chelsea
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... restaurant. Had some very traditional items on the menu (not the normal run of the mill stuff). We both agreed we enjoyed it, but would not go back, so rated it a 7/10. I had a spicy sausage pasta (which was ok) and hanger steak (which was quite delicious), and Sam had courgette pasta and Aubergine parmigiana.
Now back in the hotel and resting up for a big day tomorrow. Only 1 sleep til Christmas for some of us!!
... see Chris and Paddy. After tea and sandwiches in the garden (and a much needed nap), we were off to take Paddy for a run on lovely Wimbledon Common. Golfers must wear red to distinguish them from those who are walking, strolling, or hiking. Dog owners drive from miles around to this park. The golf course is surrounded by forested land through ...
... and most of us have passed out on the couches and beds. Feet sore and spent! P.S. It always amazes me the small world we live in - so here we are waiting for the London dungeon tour and I look across the room and there is someone from my work who trained my team on one of our IT systems only last week! You know when you see someone out of context and then suddenly the penny drops! ...
... closest ones. That place may only be acquired if that is a cheaper one which everyone can afford. There are several hotels in Piccadilly which may provide the advantage to the people. The hotels in here would offer the best amongst London. In fact, the wider bedrooms and large bathrooms bear the name of the Victorian styled fashion for which Trafalgar has its fame. The area also have all kinds of first hand ...
The most impressive part for Rick was the Royal Armory where we saw life-sized manikin horses and soldiers displaying polished armor. There was an entire wall of breastplate armor and rows of cannons. It must have been quite an intimidating fortress in its day.
It was a treat to watch the Changing of the Guard in front of the Tower of London. Even in the rain they still do ...