Abc Hyde Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... help of the local people.
You need to do all the things in time. You may have to keep waiting for the trains or plans and at that time you can listen to music or read some books. If you reach late then it may create a chaos for you. If you reach well in advance then you can make the journey stress fee.
Eating in the right way
You need to eat in the right way before you travel and while you travel. You need to eat ...
Had a pretty easy last day in London went and checked out the Natural History museum and the Science Museum both were impressive. There is so much to look at and read about I would highly recommend checking it out if you're every in town! I've gained a new love for the tube why can't Australia adopt this wonder of a train every 3 minutes?! Surely it cannot be too hard right?! You can catch the tube to anywhere in london easily. I didn't ...
... British Airlines help desk and asked if there was any chance of changing our flight to the earlier flight. Toby was having an anxiety attack at the thought of paying more money to change our flight. Luck was on our side! We got the last 2 seats on the flight at no cost to change! We boarded the flight and arrived safely in London.
Once in London we caught the train and then a taxi ...
... The flight was your typical Easy Jet flight, you get a seat pay for everything else. Mum and Dad suddenly perked up though when they found that 'sleazy jet' had a special price for two mini bottles of wine. Joseph and I enjoyed our tap water.
Stepping off the plane was such a pleasant change from autumnal London...it was warm. We stepped down the stairs and immediately regretted our long trousers and jumpers ...
... Station, and then train and a bus connection to Corfe Castle. As we sped to Dorset , we passed so may places that Mum used to talk about, Bournemouth, Southampton (where my father sat his 1st Marine Engineer's ticket)
As we neared the Castle , Glenis and I both gazed in wonderment- exactly as the photos depicted, the little village of Corfe, all so very old , and just as I imagined it would be.