Ashdown Park Hotel & Country Club
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My flight to Bangkok got cancelled and BA arranged for me and 100+ other passengers to stay here overnight. After waiting in queues for over 4 hours and 1 hour+ coach ride, arriving here was a pleasant surprise. First class service from the moment we got off the coach and huge bedroom to myself (all paid for by BA), and was able to continue my stalled journey feeling refreshed.
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... look like that. The gate in front of the Palace was very ornate depicting the kingdom of Britton. Ireland is the leaves on the left, poppies for England in the center and Ireland the shamrocks on the right. Wales is not included because they never had a king, only a prince. Our next stop was Westminster Abbey. It was actually an Abbey with Monks until King Henry the the eighth kicked out the Catholics and made his own church, The Church of England. This is where the coronation ...
... been foul. It's a warren of rooms. Then stairs further down where the staff slept. We couldn't go down there. I imagine it would have been horrid. The whole thing is fascinating. There was a museum in the middle all about Churchill's life. I was a bit concerned this was all the tour was however we then punched further inside the underground war rooms. Churchills bedroom that he slept in only 3 times. He apparently like a bath first ...
... Back at the hostel I checked out my room and which was much more spacious than the previous hostel and even had an ensuite!
Before heading out to the show, I had a bit of a yarn with one of my roomies (more about that later) and organised to grab a few beers on Thursday.
Now most Broadway shows start at about 7:30pm and Wicked was playing at the Apollo Theatre so like most things, I utilised my Citi Mapper app and aimed to get there by about 7:15. Things ...
... a bit longer we found Westminster Abbey, Big Ben and the London Eye all in a day full of walking. My favourite building so far would have to be The parliamentary buildings with Big Ben. This day was just such a great start for us... Was so cool just walking around, stumbling across some of the sights and of course we finished it off with some beers and burgers ( there are a lot of burger joints here) Thursday We decided to do some shopping so we first met Dan for lunch and had ...
... myself out, battered and bruised but with a grin that must have been from ear to ear. An outstanding way to end the musical year! Machine Head smashed it. Two solid hours of hard, fast metal. No need for an encore, the crowd had been satisfied. No more musicals, operas or concerts. Not until the new year when Korn and Slipknot play ...