Dolphin House Serviced Apartments
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Day 10 London Exchange our vouchers for the 2 day sightseeing pass and 2 day hop on/hop off ticket Eurostar trip to London. Paris Gare Du Nord Check in at least 30 minutes before departure. Leaving Paris at 10.13am and arriving at London St Pancreas station at 11.39am We both have coach seats Jamie (seat 34-window) and Nikki (seat 33). …
Big Ben,Westminster Abby When we got out of the underground we saw Big Ben and the parliament buildings. Down the road further you could see Westminster Abby were Queen Elizabeth II had her Coronation that meens were she became Queen. After we got photos with Big Ben we walked down to Westminster Abby and got photos. Buckingham palace, St James park As we walked through St James park we looked at the extremely long pound that had three different ...
It seems like heaps has happened since last blog. If you measure time in miles, modes of transport or hours spent waiting in railway stations, ferry terminals or hotel foyers then it's been a big day or so.
We left Ireland. Hence the Irish wake. In Cobh the Irish would have a wake for their family members who were going to America in days gone by knowing they would ...
... footpath to the Millennium Gloucester Hotel. We were able to access our room straight away - a lovely Club room on the 6th floor. We had a cup of coffee in the Club Lounge and then worked out what to do for the day. We visited the Bank and the Post Office and then walked to the Royal Albert Hall. We took David and Brigitte's advice and went on a tour of the Hall. Prior to doing that, though, we had lunch in the Royal Albert Hall cafe. The tour ...
... This museum made a lot more sense to me having been to Greece, Italy, and Turkey.
Greece still wants their "Elgin Marbles" back. They were taken by Lord Elgin the then British Ambassador to Greece when looters were taking a lot of the goods from the Parthenon and environs. At least the public gets to see them here. But the newish Acropolis museum in Athens has an empty exhibit with the explanation that they are still ...