Comfort Inn And Suites King'S Cross / St. Pancras
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... It was a tiring day, we spent 4hrs in meetings and 5hrs in a car looking at acquisitions. At the end of it I parted ways with my parents and found myself back in traveler mode, lugging my bags to a smelly hostel dorm. So in short, I began the day in a nice fancy hotel, spent the day evaluating a $16 million acquisition, yet within hours found myself in a $25 / night hostel dorm for the night. (yes dorms are expensive in London, ...
... Harrods. Harrods feels like it could be a museum with its incredible selection of high end selection of everything you could ever need – Louis Vuitton purse perhaps? Or chocolate with hints of tea? Or maybe some avocados or seafood? They have it all! That wouldn’t be too shabby of a place to be stranded in if for some reason you ended up stranded somewhere! After seeing such a wide selection of foods we started getting ready for a ...
... the hotel to pack n pass out...was a tiring day in the end...or the trip has caught up to me lol. I had a morning flight to get ready for.
Packing went okay...but had to figure a cheaper way to get the airport....when online....Heathrow Express folks....its a direct train and the station was just around the corner....booked a ticket and I was good to go...so just have to be up a but earlier than I have been getting up...so crashed.....
... a bit unexpected to find a GIANT blue rooster in the middle of Trafalgar Square. It sits on the fourth plinth, which since 1999 has been home to different artworks for 18 months at a time (it's meant to be very symbolic of France, part of the 'playfulness of the sculpture' considering what the square represents).
From Trafalgar Square the bus drives down the Strand to Fleet Street, which used to be home to Britain's newspapers. At the ...
... and walked about ten miles. We were exhausted and more than a little grumpy.
We walked through the doors of our hostel at 11:30 pm ready to fall into bed.
Not so, my friend.
The not so chatty English chap at the front desk passed us sheets and a pillow.
Apparently, we had to make our own beds at 12:00 at night.
After getting over that blow, we made it to our room.
We opened the door to a room lit only by the ...