Chessington Safari Hotel
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... us to the airport at 11:00a.m. My flight on British Air #049, left at 2:15p.m., from Terminal 5, LHR Marina's flight in Air France, left from Terminal 4, LHR, at 4:00p.m. We were chattering last minute thoughts almost all the way to the airport. Before we knew it, the car had stopped in front of Terminal 5, and the driver was retrieving a trolley to load up my three bags. Hugging each other like we didn't want to let the other one go, we said our thank ...
Slept in until 6.45am and fortunately went to breakfast early. This is the far biggest hotel I've stayed in and the busiest. Queen size bed that is so far off the floor I had to have several attempts to get into it I'm not exaggerating. Not familiar so much with area and tube stations started at Holland Park and went to Kensington High Street which I am familiar with via Notting Hill ...
... have stayed there for a week. We saw the Arc d' Triumph which is dedicated to France's military. Napoleon's tomb is amazing! It is adjoining the Museum of the Army. They have artifacts, uniforms, weapons from the 12th century until WWII. Taylor, Cole and I spent a whole day there. It makes me wonder if the French have ever had peace.
Rode the train from Paris to London today. The train travels at ...
... spin in the drier once we got back, despite taking the tube! After hiding indoors, we finally ventured out for dinner. This time early enough for a table at the pub.. And even caught the end of Andy Murray's game! And Pete was lucky not to end up with beers in his lap, looking at the big crack around the handle! Due the mundane nature of these two days this post is photoless! Were off on our rabbies tomorrow, so promise to post some ...
... were more tourist and the like than actually locals. While in front I swear I had every language but english. I took some pictures, admired the grandness of the palace and moved on down the National Mall. Unfortunately, there was no changing of the guards today but that's just an excuse to come back.
Similar to Washington DC, London has a National Mall. At one end is Buckingham Palace and at the other I don't know because I never made it that far. I ...