BEST WESTERN Reigate Manor Hotel
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The first thing on our agenda was to go to Buckingham palace to see the changing of the guards. What a popular and crowded place! It was a hot and squishy experience and it was also a tad difficult to see (especially for the short one in the family) but it was still very exciting and interesting. The flag was raised so that means the Queen was in the palace but we didn't get to see her. My friend Megan saw ...
... to find our way on the tube to our hotel in Bayswater, and didn't knock too many people over n the process. Dropped our bags off, and headed back onto the tube to the Real Russia Office to start the process of applying for our Mongolian visas. No problems, so all good! Have almost become experts on catching the underground trains in London - I ...
... everything. Hotel is old but renovated. I would come here again. Maybe in two years or so. London is really the only place where I feel comfortable going around....and just walking.
Check out the pictures below. Tomorrow I pack and leave for my flight back to Miami at 2:50 pm.
Checkout is at 12 noon, but plan to leave the hotel at 10:30 ish am for the 45 minute subway trip to Heathrow Terminal #5.
Thank you Lord for this trip. Expensive, but I am glad I did it.
... to meet with Alice and Sarah Wiseman for dinner and then to go to the Musical "The Lion King". The Lion Kind was so well done - it was ridiculous. We hadnt really appreciated that they would all be in costumes that made them look nothing like human beings! I assume that they would just have a bit of body paint on etc... The play stays pretty much true to the movie and was incredibly entertaining! Definitely recommend that if you come to London - or even ...
... mind the gap" when getting on and off the tube.
Upon entering the Tower of London I think I am in a remake medieval world at Disneyland but no this is the real deal. It is unbelievably cool inside. The towers are similar to mini castles and I can almost empathize with those in the past peering out the slit cross shaped windows anxiously awaiting their fate. I hope it's not "off with their ...