Cranley Gardens Hotel
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... had to stop by Nordstrom Spa for some much needed pampering. After the long flight, the 90-minute massage was just what I needed to kick-off my visit.
My BF (whom I affectionately call "Hershey") surprised me with a gorgeous suite at Hotel Sorella in the popular CityCentre plaza filled with great restaurants, shops, and live music in the evenings. We had ...
... near the river with Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey and Big Ben. On our way back, we decided to stay on the bus we were on and take it out to Abbey Road. On our third and final day, we ended up near Westminster and Big Ben again before walking over the bridge and taking our turn in the London Eye. On our way back to grab our bags and head to the airport, we wandered through Covent Garden Market and Piccadilly ...
... earned somewhere between $130-$180 each. Fid came away with $68, Boo with $23. But she could tell me about all the things she bought for everyone and gave away to make people happy - she was my Nan to a tee.
From the Westfields mall we headed to Trafalgar Square and The Mall for a walk down to Buckingham Palace. Gab told the kids all about Princess Diana and her memorial on the island in St James' Park. We watch ...
... complex booking system. Next - on to a pretty unusual thing - Dennis Sever's house in Spitalfields. This kooky Canadian bought this old house and lived in it as if it was the 18th century. He gradually filled the house top to bottom to create an authentic 18th century house. His legacy is this incredible house that appears recently abandoned by the inhabitants - only lit by candlelight with sound effects and aromas, half eaten foods and real fires. It ...