BEST WESTERN Reigate Manor Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... of London right to the west of Central London. Westminster is where the party really happens. It contains such landmarks as Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, Covent Garden, and Soho Square. The flat is small- my parents and I share a bedroom and I sleep on the floor- but it has its own charm.
Not a whole lot to tell about the first day. Took a nap, walked ...
... be so much easier!! :D At least I got another Avatar setlist and then bought Defiled bandana and a hat (I love bandanas and hats :) )
I wanted to stay after the show and hang out with them but a lot of kids were waiting for them and I didn't really feel like it. So I went to get some sleep before travelling to Brighton tomorrow.
Leaving a concert knowing I'm gonna see them again tomorrow is such an amazing feeling! I need to do it more ...
... other modern scientific methods were able to tell in great detail the story of each person. We learnt a lot about dental issues suffered 1000s of years ago!
We had packed our lunch and favourite biscuits-Jammie Dodgers- and eat outside the front of the museum before heading back in. Jason was keen to see all things Egyptian and there was a lot to see. I was almost horrified to discover that they have a part of the Sphinx's beard at the museum, I ...
... by on the conveyor belt - I'd recommend going up both sides as the crowns and such are different on either side. If I had only done one side, I would have missed the spectacular jewels on the other side of the crowns. Up top there is a stage where you can learn a little more about the history of the jewels - fascinating. And the other things in the little museum are interesting as well. After that, we grabbed a quick snack ...
... city from a different vantage point. Unfortunately unbeknownst to us the restaurant has a very strict dress code and did not allow us in because we didn’t have the proper footwear (no athletic shoes of any kind were allowed) so in protest we headed a few buildings over to a slightly less tall but much more accommodating building called the OXO Tower and were able to get a wonderful table right on the balcony overlooking ...