51 Kensington Court Limited
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... 10 Downing Street was somewhat interesting - with 3 armed policemen standing there at the gates amidst gawking tourists and school children! We were also looking for the number 10 as we walked down Downing Street but didn't find it! St Paul's Cathedral was one of the last sites I visited but never the least, the building and spires towering majestically over the city of London. Transportation is very efficient and we used ...
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The best thing about staying at The Savoy Hotel is its location. Yes, the rooms are lovely, and there are people everywhere to look after you, but it is when you step outside and are in the centre of London with everything at your doorstep that you really appreciate The Savoy.
Opened in 1889, The Savoy was the first luxury hotel in England. It was the first hotel lit with electric lights and to have ...
... the 7 floor toy store called Hamleys. It was so crowded with waves of people surrounding us as soon as we came out of the Tube. It must have been the post Christmas sales. Jo-Ann managed to spot the Liberties store she wanted to look at - mainly because the wood used for its Tudor look came from two sailing ships. Hamleys was crowded but good to look around. The kids enjoyed the Harry Potter section with Jessamy and Amy buying a Marauder Map each.
For our final day in London we thought we would combine some sightseeing and a wander through the shops (or if it is with Aunty Tonia then it is all a sprint!). I was keen to see St Paul's Cathedral (another historical church in London). This was the church where Princess Diana and Prince Charles had been married (on my birthday!) many years ago and I remember watching it on TV. St Paul's is a beautiful church which took 45 years to build! The church still ...
... HCFS class with my tutor Michael he told us about what Fox calls the understatement rule. The rule goes that English people will talk like they don’t think that much of themselves, whether as humour or in truth. Michael described it as they don’t want to get their hopes up about anything and don’t want to draw attention to themselves. I find it interesting how Fox says just how confusing it is when used as humour. I have never really heard it ...