Abc Hyde Park Hotel
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... amidst lush greenery and scenic ambiance. You can simply spend your time by appreciating nature, taking part in the sports activities, boat riding or rowing, swimming, etc. while enjoying your vacation in the Hyde Park. You also get to speak your mind out at the Speaker’s Corner where the orators feel free to voice their opinions on some important issues of the world and its happenings.
The Hyde Park is situated on an extensive wide land of 350 ...
... We just went to a nearby pizza restaurant called Pizza Express, and although delicious it ended up being quite pricey.
Today we had a lovely day. When mum and dad woke up they went to a nearby supermarket and bought some brekkie. They bought eggs, British Weetabix, milk, bread, honey, yoghurt and vegemite. Mum and I each had a very yummy boiled egg, and dad thoroughly enjoyed his yoghurt and honey weetabix, and a piece ...
... of the London Pass (seriously more cities need to get something like this!). Since I am still a bit jet lagged, I ended up getting an espresso from the cafe in the museum and was able to view London from the terrace. The espresso was ok, I really needed the pick-me-up! Before I left the museum I decided where I wanted to go to dinner, the Oxo Tower Bar, Brasserie and Restaurant at 6:00 before heading over to the London Eye. The restaurant was pretty high ...
This morning we caught the train to the Tower of London where we were saw the hundreds of thousands of red ceramic poppies placed around the walls - each one representing a British soldier killed in the WW1. We moved on to Tower Bridge just in time for it to open then did a tour of the bridge itself which was very interesting. Our walk continued on along the west bank of the Thames and back over ...
... London. Just as we stopped to enjoy some of the interesting street vendors and performers on the South Bank the clouds opened up once again and our rain jackets combined with Tim’s umbrella was still no match for this storm. Determined to make the most of our time we forged ahead and were quickly rewarded with some sunshine which made viewing the London Eye, Big Ben, the Westminster Abbey and Buckingham Palace much ...