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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... then getting to St. Martins or in St. Paul's Cathedral to get pleasure from a carol concert as well as a spectacular presentation by famous choirs lend a comfort sound is the finest thing you can do. Pamper yourself in a Yuletide singing assembly in Trafalgar Square moreover gorges your eyes on the biggest Christmas tree in the globe.
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Day 5: Another big day today trying to take advantage of every waking minute . There is so much to see and do and we would need years to even come close. It was hop on/hop off bus day today and we walked down to Victoria Station to get our tickets. We stayed on for most of the circuit disembarking at Tower Bridge and The Tower of London. There was a commentary which was very useful, particularly when I worked out that I could switch to the English Channel and not listen to it ...
I heard from my friend Tom on Monday. He was telling me "Next weekend is the last weekend where I am available before going traveling for 6 months. You should come. Plus we are having a party on the boat." I didn't think twice and booked my flight to London Southend. Believe it or not but when I landed in London the weather was much nicer than in Geneva. Great start to a great week end. Tom had attached his boat near Hackney Wick station, ...
... Stone was quite cool to see, but I suspect that I may be a bit museumed out now and I didn't stay for an extended visit. I then walked down Oxford Street on my way to the Houses of Parliment. Part way there as I was paused to cross the road a very large group of cyclists (maybe 300 or so) rode past. The notable thing about this was that most of them were naked. And if they weren't naked they were at least part way there. Not exactly what I expected to see while I was wandering down ...
... animal and plant specimens, thousands and thousands of them.
After we'd had enough of crowds of people we headed back to the hotel to pick up our luggage and get the train out to Kew. We met up with Mel and Steph for dinner at the new hotel and then went out for drinks to see the lovely bride, Sue. She seemed quite relaxed actually. We also met her family, which was great, they're very lovely people. I met Sue, Mel and Steph in 2009 when I was travelling through South ...