Cranley Gardens Hotel
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... of Morman" Broadway show.
Wednesday 1/7 - Tube into Soho this morning and then Santander bikes along and across the Thames for lunch at Borough Markets. Took our first Über ride to prince of Wales theatre. Very quick and cheap - don't think we'll use taxis again!
Stuffed up 2 more bookings; booked Book of Mormon for the wrong month (thankfully they swapped it for us) and booked the wrong bike tour (they also let us rebook) was ...
... last full day tomorrow and we will probably do the History of London museum, maybe Dickens House. We haven't bothered with the changing of the guards because we saw it 14 years ago, then saw the crowds of people when we drove past on the bus.
Weather has been brilliant for the last 2 days. I dare say it was even hot sitting in the sun eating lunch today. I didn't bring the suncream. ...
... those years ago and it still stands today (even through the great London fires and war times). My next stop was arguably the most famous bridge in the world - the Tower Bridge. Whilst I might not have seen it open I did get the opportunity to go on top and see the sights of London from the bridge and learn all about the reason why it looks the way it does and the engineering difficulties that came along ...
... rain. We almost ran the length of Whitehall, focused on the shelter ahead at the national gallery we missed seeing much along the way. There was little enthusiasm left when we realized we were done tired but still had a 30 minute walk back to the hotel. Thankfully S had managed to wrangle us executive lounge access for our stay, and the had hot tea and coffee waiting.
Rain, cold, exhaustion, all included the walk ...
... for a drink whilst working on an anagram that Paul got immediately upon seeing the tiles. Further clues then took us to Hotel Chocolate where we had to guess the flavour of the hot chocolate (it was gingerbread) and eventually around to the last pub where the answer was reflected in a mirror. We got this wrong though a further two times. All in all racking up quite a penalty. We left the final stop and headed off to find Alice, who was ...