Central Park Hotel
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... is more than ten pounds heavier than when I came.
The bags are loaded in the car and we’re off! As I said, the flight doesn’t leave until almost midnight, but apparently you want to leave early to miss the traffic and Philip and I are planning to have dinner at an American restaurant. I’m ready for some ‘Murican food. Actually, I feel a little nauseas and gassy. I brushed my teeth without bottled water ...
... and many include excursions/tours/plays to replace the actual class so they will not follow a typical course structure. Once we were finished with class, we went to a street market and bought lunch. I dared to get into the British spirit and had a pie called "Light as a Feta" (love the constant puns here) and it definitely tasted better than it looked! After that, we walked around for over three hours through the streets ...
... 56th floor. If the money ran out we could always go out in a spectacular double suicide from adjoining balconies ....mmmm, its a thought.... then sleep.
Written at 1:30am, jet lag's kicked in again. Seem to have overdone this, will try to cut down the next blog to a sensible limit. Hope the technology works and this reaches you, and is not too boring.
Mya Comfort on Feb, 10 2014 at 10:38PM
Sawadee ka ! Hands ...
... and bustle of the city centre, even if it meant riding a bus with half the population of an all-girls convent school in Twickenham. I got to walk in my heroes' footsteps once again. All in all, we couldn't have asked for a better time.
Tomorrow we're switching things up a bit, heading out for an 11am tour of the Royal Albert Hall, followed by a tour of Westminster Abbey. Who knows where we'll end up after that...
... to have had time to go over to the Avebury stones apparently just as big and you can touch them. Hard to believe the stones evolved between 3200 and 1600 BC. Got back to London at 6pm, we needed to eat before returning the car, as only a few options at terminal 4 and as we are staying at the Yotel there are no restaurant facilities. Sean did a little research and found The Ostrich, which was built in 1106 it was ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Central Park Hotel London
Central Park Hotel well located in Bayswater. Small rooms had comfortable beds & good plumbing. Good housekeeping. Three small elevators. Avoid lower 3 floors which accomodate school groups. Ask for 4 thru 7. Tube nearby. Pleasant desk staff; unsmiling, mute bartender. This is a tourist class hotel with somewhat better standards than is common in that category. 60 pound rate is good value for expensive London.
Okay for the price
Just returned from a week's stay at the Central Park Hotel. The hotel is ideally located across from Hyde Park and near two tube stations. Rooms are quite small and the walls are VERY thin, so the rooms are very noisy. For the price, the hotel is adequate -- nothing fancy, but the location makes up for it.