Holiday Inn London - Heathrow
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn London - Heathrow West Drayton
Other then issues with the room phone and a wander to reception in my pjs all is good.
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How bloody quick was this 2 weeks. Not only did it fly by but I spend the last couple of days holed up in my friends house. It's Monday morning I had a bad night sleep due to coughing and also was scared I would sleep in and miss my flight. We head out a bit earlier and post some Tim tams to my friend, Renate, in the Nederland's. Then to a local …
This morning we were met outside our Hotel at 9am in a London Black Cab by a chap with a very British name, Michael Churchill.
Mr Churchill took us on a four hour personal tour of London in his black cab, covering a huge amount and commentating as he drove.He was able to pull over and let us get out of the car to explore sights more closely and also take photos .The experience was so much more personal ...
... it's across the road and onto the Royal Albert Hall, Goz has had this item on his list as his grandparents travelled to the Royal Albert Hall 50 years ago to attend the 100th anniversary celebrations of the Salvation Army, so he was keen to see where they had travelled to all those years ago. It was certainly a pilgrimage back in 1965, they had to travel for 6 weeks by boat to get there and another 6 weeks to get back home. Anyway we had been trying get a ticket ...
... some people, a nose bleed :)
So, what is the first thing that you do in London? In our case it was the pub across the road for food. Strangely comforting to be able to order in English and not mangle an ancient language.
With Andrew in the lead and his compass on duty, we got on the 'tube' and headed to Piccadilly Circus to just take in the sights. We admired the architecture, wandered through China town and bought tickets to see Billy Elliot the Musical. ...
... in, i.e. British and Ancient Roman history.
An additional three and a half hours later, it is now 5:30 and I am head out to march across town to check out Harrods. Love to see the Christmas decorations so figure, what other store would have better ones than the world famous department store. I underestimated the walk however, as it took a good hour to get there. Once there, get a little lost in Harrods, ("The Parent ...