Ibis Stevenage Centre
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stayed a couple of days... rooms were very clean and modern-great. great location- very easy walk with heavy bags from the train station, parking was easy, and just step out and the shops are just there... all good.
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Another breakfast then we circled over London for about 10 minutes as we were early again. Tessa got great views of central London before we came in to land about 10.55am.
We taxied to Terminal 2, took about an hour to go through customs and get our bags before we headed out of the terminal to go down a level to catch the train to Terminal 5.
We checked our bags in again and the lady said they were really busy with Easter traffic. Then it was through ...
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... area is liberated by Paddington Rail lines. It is managing nearly thirty million train travelers in a year; there are lots of public transiting through these rail lines. Because of a speedy connection with the Heathrow Airport, Paddington is a preferred housing region for those using Heathrow offering of the ease of a fast and dependable transport to London's main airstrip. The Paddington district itself is located in the northwestern area of the centre ...
Because we had thunder storms this morning, we didn't leave the apartment until about noon. Until then, I looked up things to do and played Magic with Taylor. In my search of activities in London, I discovered a Harry Potter walking tour that we decided to take. The whole thing lasted two hours, which I thought would be a bit too long to walk the streets, but ...
One of the things that we have all been looking forward to for the whole holiday, has been a visit to the Natural History Museum in London. Rob and I grew up watching David Attenborough and his programmes are also some of Em's favourites. He recently made a program called Natural History Museum Alive, where he takes the viewer into the Natural History Museum at night and some of the extinct inhabitants of the museum come alive - we couldn't wait to see if we could ...