Abc Hyde Park Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
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... wouldn't be too noisy for us.
Hah! She was having a laugh. There was no way Otis could compete with the life outdoors!
The Hotel does not have its own car park, so rents out space on the roof of a nearby car park and gives out vouchers on a first come first served basis. Having asked for parking, we were given a large orange ticket and a map of how to get to the car park.
It was very close by and we were instructed to park on the roof, which we ...
... east end, though pubs are scarce but plenty of Indian and Middle Eastern restaurants. Day 1 was a stroll across to St Paul's , down Fleet St, the Strand, Bond St of course and Oxford St. We took half an hour to find the Criterion Theatre to buy tickets for The 39 Steps which we were seeing that evening. The address was Jermeyn St, but it was actually in Piccadilly Circus! It was interesting seeing all the landmarks again and ...
... behind schedule as it felt as if we were in the air for less than 10 minutes. With an hour or so to wait in Amsterdam I bought a refreshing Heineken and reminisced of being at Schnipol airport a week before with the boys from back home. Sat on the runway for my final flight to Nairobi for over an hour as one flyer was not so keen to head to Nairobi for one reason or another. As such he got escorted off the plane by the Dutch police. With his bags an hour or so ...
... to see was Number 1, London. This was Apsley House, the Duke of Wellington's home in London. After Waterloo, he was showered with gifts and tributes from a grateful country and European leaders, and they are all on display. This was a much better place to view great art than the Royal Academy.
The plan then called for us to walk to Buckingham Palace, and thence to Downing St, where, a local told us this morning, the Brixton bus makes a stop. We made ...
... the next two hundred+ years during which time it was extensively rebuilt. In 1787, an Act of Parliament declared Somerset House a 'Publick Building' and it underwent yet another renovation and transformation into a government office building housing over the years, the Admiralty, the Registrar General of Births, Marriages and Deaths, the Poor Law Commissioners and Inland Revenue among other offices.
Today Somerset House is a true a ...