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... The bus took us down Kingsland Road through the suburb of Shoreditch. Shoreditch seems to be going through a renaissance, but you can see it was an area of poor housing and poverty, and hence the needs for an alms-house. Originally the Museum was an alms-house for the elderly residents who could no longer work to earn enough to pay rent. Travelling down the Kingsland Road we went past the smallest house I’ve seen since we ...
... are astonished by the service they provide.
The best thing about the hotel is that they keep each of its customers happy and joyful. The bathrooms that are the primary target of the clients are kept clean and hygienic. The bell boy or the maid often come up and clean the bathroom as and well you convey them. London is such a place where you will find more cleanliness not only in the houses or the hotel rooms, but also the ...
... a free 10 minute back massage. While waiting for it we had a shower and had a bit of confusion with the shower cubicles :)
Had a decent breakfast in the lounge before heading to the heathrow express for nicky's first experience of a British train.
Headed to the Rhodes hotel just 5 mins walk from paddo station. Nicky felt like he was in a movie ...
... cool that even proper orchestras in London are grateful for extra violin players! And the music for this particular concert was easier than what we play in Nelson so it did give me a greater appreciation for what we are doing at Greenhill!
Otherwise I'm enjoying the best of British pubs, the great little local farmers market and the amazing efficiency of the underground ...
... we even got inside the gates. Had our passport checked but no bag checks at all. Walked though the forecourt and inside the palace to the quadrangle. We then entered the palace. Through a few rooms and then through 2 rows of the yeoman of the guard. Unreal. Finally we were out on the back verandah of the palace overlooking the gardens. People everywhere. We stood a while to take it all in then made our way onto the ...