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So we have passport (and visas!) in hand, tickets at the ready and all the essentials packed (thermals, sink plug and toilet paper!). We head off to Moscow tomorrow for a few days exploring the city before heading out into rural Russia and Siberia on the Trans-Mongolian railway. 4 weeks heading on and off the train and we arrive in Beijing. 4 days …
"We are all from different backgrounds love, but
we're all human aren’t we?" - Underground Lady
One thing that always impresses me when I visit London is
how truly multicultural it is. It is a city in Britain, but in many ways far
from being a British city. It is a European city, a global city. You are as
likely to hear English in the tube as French, German, Hindi or Cantonese. England
attracts visitors from across the world, and when you stay in a hostel ...
Up early and headed down the road to a French gelato bar for a Traditional English Breakfast or in David's case, a Nutella Crepe. The to the Tower of London this morning - what a fantastic place! Saw the Crown Jewels, the armory, Fuselliers museum, the white tower with all the armor from the kings of old. many items ...
... for 6am. M25 even worse-volume of traffic. When will it actually grind to a halt? Smooth through airport, security dead quick. Managed a quick coffee (grown ups) and croissant (kids) and then headed to gate for boarding. Weather pretty yucky when we left, good day to depart! Aero plane empty when we got on but quickly filled up. Dad bagged the window seat (so he can see Greenland). Flight sofar great. ...
... wanted to travel on. The cars we were in were in service from about 1920-1945 when newer cars replaced them. We rode on the car Phoenix that was the favorite car of the Queen Mother and sat behind her favorite compartment. We got on the train and sat at a table for three in a car that had tables for two other couples and one for a single person as well. It took us around three hours by train from London to Bath. On our way to Bath we were served a ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
Very comfortable and the hotel allowed our dog. Staff was very friendly and accommodating!
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