Apex London Wall Hotel
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... information displayed beside each exhibit. We saw Field Marshall Sir Bernard Montgomery's staff car used in the Middle East Campaign - we had seen his Western Front staff car in Coventry. The Holocaust Exhibit was very moving with an exceptional model of The Auschwitz-Birkenau Concentration Camp with a detailed description of what happened as prisoners arrived by train from all over Europe - this exhibit was not recommended for children under the age of 14. ...
... t had to do that in a long time. We strolled around the castle walls then lined up for 20 minutes to get in to see the Crown Jewels. There was some pretty massive stones in there and the gold punch bowl set was similar to mine... Next we jumped onto the river boat and boated down to Westminster. That was fun and we got some good photos. From we walked back through the million people so Bill could go to the Churchill War rooms, which ...
Our arrival back to London is late in the evening so all there is to do is catch the Tube to Kensington and head to our hotel for the night. Having been to London a few times previously, we thought the best thing to do was a Hop-on / Hop off bus around the city. It's really good to see the old landmarks again. A new place we visited this time which I recommend to anyone visiting London in the Burrough Markets located just near Waterloo station. ...
... favourite movie stars. Have your picture taken with your favourites or try and re-enact classic movie moments whilst having your picture taken. This is a wonderful attraction to visit alongside a trip to see some of London’s best known film locations. If you are staying
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... all but Hunter, struggling. Can't find comfy spot, too short but too tall to curl up like kids. Turbulence. The Bald Sleeping man in front of me head is bouncing around like a ping pong ball, I giggled. Okay but about 3 hours of it gets old, especially over water. I watch the flight screen that shows all the details, like I have any control. Finally it stops, I rest a bit. Kids all are snoring, breakfast comes and it has bacon! Kids are happy. Mom is gonna make it! Cape Town here we ...