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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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Today was a travelling day, as I made my way from Paris to London via the Eurostar high-speed train.
I left my hotel about 9:30am and headed for Gare Du Nord, one of the large train stations that service the regional and international lines. It was very busy, which I suspect is the normal state of affairs, and I looked around for the …
We arrived in London an hour late..quickly checked through immigration, grabbed our checked bags and headed for the underground,,which is actually at terminal 1 or 2, rather than terminal 3 where we arrived (lots of moving sidewalks and a few escalators)! The Piccadilly line goes directly from Heathrow to Kings Cross..I bought three Oyster cards at …
... the next fortnight or so. It will be interesting to see the different mindsets involved in this trip. I'm guessing that for some, the Contiki will be the main, or perhaps even sole aspect of their travels, perhaps bookended by a working holiday or a few extra weeks. For others, myself included, the Contiki is simply an introduction to much wider travels. I booked this tour simply because it was a convenient way to get from London ...
Nice and early start this morning and we headed straight for Buckingham Palace to watch the changing of the guards. Mum told us we needed to get there early and wait else we will not be able to see over the massive crowds that swamp Buckingham Palace. The guard change was amazing but was very busy and a lot of people where there. We had also been waiting over an hour so I was very exhausted after it. After we quickly went to lunch and literarily ran back to Buckingham Palace just in time ...
... Wren's riverside masterpiece) which in 1690 was designed as a refuge for sick and injured sailors, later becoming a training college for officers in Royal Navy. There were a range of displays of seafaring stories including plaques and figureheads from British ships and various navigational implements. Then onwards and upwards through Greenwich Park to The Royal Observatory, which was a very long walk, with a very steep hill ...