Holiday Inn Express London-Newbury Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of US-bound planes with sick passengers, it surprised me how little they seemed concerned about the bio-hazard. In any case, they told us not to worry about it; it happens, and as we de-boarded the plan, I noticed a large crew of workers I've never seen before waiting to get on the plane, presumably to thoroughly clean it. American Airlines continues to earn my repeat business.
We hit a minor snag on ...
So we set our alarm today, and made sure we left the house early! We were on the train by 9.10am, and headed firstly to the British Museum. Once we got there, we actually didn't find it was much we were interested in....saw a few mummies and stuff. They had quite a substantial collection, but we weren't really in the mood for that. Plus there was so many people, even though we were there 10 mins after it opened, it was crazy! ...
... I was daydreaming about my Sammy back at home. If only we had polo in the US! After our train ride to my flat we went to Poppies Fish and Chips and shared a plate of the 2014 Best fish and chips of the UK. I'd have to say they were pretty good, but I kept saying "I am my father's daughter" as I added more salt (Brits don't seem to use too many ...
... some narrow alley ways and streets to follow these legends. The tour went around Piccadilly Circus. Another very interesting tour.
Back on the bus to the was bunker. This is where Winston Churchill gave orders from during the was. Some rooms have been least exactly as they were when the was ended. Many of the people actually lived down in these bunkers for years. Courageous people.
Walked back through Hyde Park, Thai for dinner which was delicious
Another great ...
... where the Queen was in residence then onto Stonehenge, very interesting and also extremely crowded being the school holidays. The last place on the tour was the town of Bath which is famous for its Roman baths. The town is quaint as most regional towns in England are and the history of the baths and the age we found quite interesting. On Sunday our last day in London we took a stroll only 3 kl from our unit ...