Dial House Hotel
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... Blue crept into the skies again as we trained further south and when we arrived at kings cross the monopoly station was hot and bright and buzzing. Following the maze of corridors, lifts, corners, and escalators we climbed out of the station and headed to the tube station, where once again we climbed down a series of Corridors and escalators and lifted our bags into the tube. ...
... the Borough Market, but did stumble upon an alternate market of street food stalls on Southbank which was a happy compromise for us. We overcame our feelings of failure of not being able to find the Borough Market as we shared a wood fire pizza and meatball sub, and enjoyed the warmth of the London sun on the steps at Southbank (no doubt only a few hundred metres away from the Borough ...
Today we left our luxurious accommodation at Fredrick's Maidenhead and headed to Windsor for a look at Queen Betty's Castle. We arrived in time to see the Changing of the Guard where we had a more intimate view of the pageantry than at Buckinghuge Palace.
Windsor Castle is the largest inhabited castle in ...
Today it was a little bit of a late start because we woke up at 9:00. Today was Good Friday so all of the famous churches and some of the famous monuments were closed. But the tower of London wasn't closed. We took the subway to the tower. The Tower of London is about 950 years old. The royalty actually lived in the tower for quite a long time. It was a ...
... of ancient texts displayed behind glass in temperature-controlled cases. At some point, it gets repetitive: "Oh look, there's another piece of Ancient Celtic pottery..." I think the best way to go about the museum if you want to see it all is to tackle five rooms a day and read absolutely bloody everything. If I had more time, that's exactly what I would do.
My favourite thing was seeing the Rosetta Stone, and Aidan loved seeing ...