Berkeley Park Apartments
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Arrived safely after uneventful flight. Overcast but 27 degrees and humid. Managed to get a little shut eye - me more than Ann who was keen to get up to a million dollars on video game " who wants to be Millionnaire"!!! Hit the Nathan road shopping strip once settled in - I will not comment on the accommodation, other than to say it ...
... like a peasant. Actually, Godiva WAS along the many chocolate brands, but it almost seemed overshadowed! Employees in jazzy straw hats gave out many samples of tea, chocolate, and coffee. As much as I didn't want to leave Harrods and all the luxury I cannot afford at this time, I had to step away to make it to the Tower before too late. Underground ride to the Tower of London and Tower Bridge was pretty painless, except for the one transfer where I had to walk through a cramped tunnel. ...
... following weekend.
Needless to say I shouldn't have been worried about the choice of restaurant as the food was excellent. Food, wine, cocktails and champagne flowed freely throughout the evening and was just so much fun!
My main course was absolutely delicious - I ordered the deep fried pork belly and it was beyond crispy and juicy. Yum!
Looking around the table I realised how much each of the people around it had ...
... vouchers for the shuttle bus there and back.
So we caught the shuttle bus and finally got into the hotel around 11pm. Lots of renovations seemed to be happening in it but we got a lovely room which looks straight out onto one of the main runways so we can lie in bed and watch the planes taking off and landing but since the rooms appear to be soundproofed there's no noise.
Another adventurous and eventful day in the travel life of the Porters!
... side streets to Covent Garden market, which was filled with high end stores and street performers. We decided to find a quiet patio for lunch, and we ended up in Soho at a cafe and shared a pizza. While we were eating lunch a man (who didn't quite look homeless, but definitely looked a little off) decided to sit himself down at the table and roll a cigarette..after several polite attempts to get him to leave, a lady at the table over had to go get the manager. It was a ...