Premier Inn London Hammersmith
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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What a wet and miserable looking morning today was. We woke to grey skies and light drizzle, but it is London after all, so we were expecting some poor weather. Undeterred, we ventured out with our first stop today at Westminster Catholic Cathedral. The Cathedral is the largest Catholic Church in England and Wales however is relatively new as it was consecrated in 1910 just over 100 years ago. None the less it is still a remarkable building built in ...
We walked less than 10 minutes up the road to the Angel tube station and followed Jessica's instructions for getting on the tube, changing at Euston and getting off at Charing Cross. We walked to Trafalgar Square and had a look around Nelson's Column before we waited on the steps for Jessica to find us.
We walked along the start of the Mall where we could see down to Buckingham Palace in the distance, then along the edge of St James's Park ...
... for fish and chips pre-trip. Still glad I got to try it. Unfortunately it was the only British food we really had the whole trip. Most of our meals were just last minute decisions and we just ate what we could find nearby. After dinner, we decided to go to the London Eye. We debated whether this should be a daytime or nighttime activity, but ultimately decided it would fit best in our schedule the first night. It was cool to see the lights around the city at night. I really only ...
... spent doing work stuff- apparently I need to get a job if I want to earn money. Wednesday was for shopping on Oxford Street.
On Thursday I spent a couple of hours at the Imperial War Museum, which was great. The First World War and Holocaust exhibitions were put together really well. One thing that has really stood out almost everywhere I've been this trip is how poorly the ...
We've had a busy few days in London. The general consensus is that we're not fans of N15, but it serves a purpose so we'll continue to suck it up for the rest of the week.
Day 1: We thought we'd ease the Troops into life as Tourist's so we started with the Hop on Hop off bus. We got side tracked on the way to the Bus Stop by the massive M & M Store, as a chocoholic it pains me to say that ...