Citadines London Barbican
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCitadines London Barbican
reasonable price (April), few minutes walk to the Barbican station. Room with small kitchen-dishes, pots and pans, cutlery, dishwasher, fridge. Save money by having breakfast in the room instead of paying 10 pounds for toast and tea. A Tesco nearby to get grocery. Room is very small. No AC. Room service is optional for 6 pounds a day. But once a week service is included if you stay more then a week.
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At one point the tour guide became so excited that a royal limo pulled up next to the bus we couldn't help but be excited right along with him. The windows are tinted so it could have been anyone in the car but he didn't care- it was a royal limo!
We then took a boat tour from one stop back to the Tower of London, found a nice restaurant just on the other side of the Towers Bridge and came back to hotel.
... walked back into Covent Garden and ate a delicious meal at the Punch & Judy Pub and reminisced.
We then walked back to Regent Street, looking in shops and soaking up the atmosphere. We walked from Picadilly Circus to Oxford Circus.
We stopped along the way to take in the beautiful scene. It is so lovely lit up at night.
We then caught the tube back to our flat.
A major bag packing operation & now to sleep.
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... a beautiful clock tower, which is still in working order. Greg remembered people coming to the door when they lived at Home Farm House asking for donations to repair the tower. Greg thinks John donated a pound – a lot of money then. So well done John the tower is still there and in good condition.
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