Dylan Apartments Earls Court
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... bus was a legitimate concern, but we survived. We also visited two museums while being here, one a science museum which was fascinating. We both felt somewhat like we could be there for weeks, but they closed so we had to leave. There were other museums we didn't have time for. We were involved in two experiments, which was a cool experience. I was happy to be able to give back a little to the loads of research I have benefitted from in all my reading. I don't know what else to ...
... service has been very good and free - but not in Milan, with the hotel charging €2 per hour, but I managed to charm a free hour out of the receptionist which helped pass the time!
In the end we got sick of waiting and got a taxi to Linate and checked in our luggage at the Alitalia desk, then wandered the shops a bit - Mumsie bought a carry-on bag to hold her extra purchses and then we did the customs and security thing and ...
Firstly to pick up my P45 from work, which meant seeing my old workmates again! It was nice to see them and they even said I had some colour...which I guess is the non-insulting way of saying 'giiiirll you need sunscreen'.
I dealt with all I needed to do with my tax to the best of my abilities (didn't actually sent it off because I needed help knowing if I needed to sign some part of it) and then ran into my dear friend Nathan.
I stood ...
... For the romantic couples, the Guides provide all information about romantic locales and for the children the Guides interact with them and provide them leisure and fun time. They introduce the tour well and it remains etched in the minds of the tourists for a long time. The Free Harry Potter Walking Tour Harry Potter the world famous fiction book has its origins here and there are many Harry Potter ...
... train we knew it was time to head back to the hotel.Yesterday we headed to Buckingham Palace to watch the changing of the guard ceremony in the morning. We braved the cold for a couple of hours and only had a very limited view of what was going on. There were hundreds, possibly thousands, of people all pushing and shoving each other to try and get a selfie in front of Buckingham Palace. It started to rain a little and the temperature dropped quite significantly so ...