Harpenden House Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Today went to the Tower of London. We arrived and waited for the Beef Eater Tour. The tour gave us a great condensed history of the palace and highlighted some of the executions and grim history that happened here. We learnt about the power hungry uncle who killed his two nephews in order to take the throne. We saw where the two boys bodies were found. We saw the Ravens that had to be kept on the grounds according to British law! We finished the tour in the chapel where ...
... of human history as well as culture. With over seven million objects in its collection it is one of the largest and most famous museums in the world. Its collection has pieces that represent all the continents on the planet. It was established in 1753 by an Act of Parliamentand the credit of its creation goes mainly to the extensive personal compilation of Sir Hans Sloane. It was set up at Montagu House on Great Russell Street and ...
... via The Royal Mews (stables and coach parking to us commoners) another LP event. The Notting Hill Carnival was very vibrant and dozens of police present. Makes you feel quite safe. Very noisy but not too much drunkeness. Maybe that comes later because it's only about 5.30pm! Anyway, we're home at 6.15pm and will down a vino here and walk up to The Goldsmith's Arms for tea, come and plan tomorrow then ...
... tickets which was awesome as Lleyton was due up next after the very easy to watch Eugenie Bouchard. We saw some awesome tennis, said some more inappropriate things to people, Jesse ****** some more and we got rained on (of course), then headed home by 9pm completely shattered. I hope this day is not setting a precedent for things to come, but I must say how good the boys were coping with all of that without i-assistance. I reckon tomorrow won't be so action packed. Good night ...
Headed down to the local cafe/pub, the Slug and Lettuce, for some brekky. Paul appears to know 50% of the residents in Harpenden, mainly from his affiliation with playing cricket and having his kids in the local soccer teams. So there were lots of "mornings" and " how's the wife and kids, Andy" going on, on the journey there and back. Right neighbourly.
We then took off to the nearby village of St Albans and had a look through the Abbey of St Albans, patron of ...