Citadines Prestige South Kensington
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCitadines Prestige South Kensington London
Very comfortable and the hotel allowed our dog. Staff was very friendly and accommodating!
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Tuesday, wake-up at 4.00am, even Place did!
We're off by 8.30 to check out London. Coffee at Selfridges (No sight of Mr Selfridges), beer at Shakespeare’s Head in Carnaby Street, shopping at Harrods (yes Stacey we did get you something small).
Had a late lunch at the Herefords Inn …
... as cool pockets mixed with warmer areas) and compensated for the below zero cyclonic winds, rain and, by the time we entered the lagoon, hail. There were several people who had settled for sitting inside at the restaurant looking out at those of us with a more intrepid spirit and, clearly, wondering what was going on in our heads, but it was terrific fun and a lot of laughs. After leaving the Lagoon, we headed to the airport ...
... around and went to the site of the London Eye. However, because of the the time and the line of people (at least 120 metres) and the fact we had to be somewhere else at 6.00pm, we gave it a miss.
We went to the Waterloo Bridge and took some photos. Lots of people told us to do that. Well worthwhile too. It was about this time (evening peak hour) that the crowds started to really get to us, particularly Noel. He kept saying "where are all these people coming ...
... through Hyde Park and had early dinner in Serpentine Cafe - great margarita pizza for the kids.
We then went to Green Park and caught the Night Tour - 90 minute bus seeing all the sites of London. Going over the Tower Bridge was brilliant.
Back home now, 11.30pm with sore feet, only to do it all again ...
... we were a bit underwhelmed by the scummy green pond. I think because we know we're going to functional thermal baths in Budapest. We did however really enjoy Bath's ice cream shop.
Last up...Stonehenge. It's one of those things that 'you have to see' but really it looks just like the pictures. Rocks on a hill. Ta-da.
All in all...a lovely day. Home on the coach and doing a load of laundry in the sink. ...