Holiday Inn Express London Wandsworth
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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Travelling with young teenagers needs a lot of patient... At 9 am , Chris is still lounging despite telling him that we need to be up early... Today is a bit tight because we need to do Sherlock Holmes and Tower London before going over the London Dungeon which I had booked for 4.30 pm.
Sherlock Holmes museum , Chris choice of must visit …
... We started by crossing London Bridge, marveled at St Paul's Cathedral, caught the underground to Leicester Square and accidentally strolled into Trafalgar Square - there is an interesting huge blue cock (rooster I mean) statue.
It started to rain a little so we went into the National Gallery.
The kids were introduced to Van Gogh and Monet paintings.
We didn't stay long and then found ...
... behind it. The Shard is the tallest building int the UK and in the EU, and it's name comes from the controversy over its appearance - that this building was going to be "a shard of glass through the heart of historic London".
Next up was Buckingham Palace. The changing of the guard ceremony was at 11:15 am, but I knew to arrive earlier, as the exchange of the keys to the palace is just the end of a process that starts about 45 minutes before. Different ...
... tell from this blog, I am already taking full advantage of the free Wi-Fi. During my stay I may even find time to use the pool and gym. For my three night stay the cost was $825, so the hotel is not cheap but the cost is worth it for the view, the great facilities and the savings on transport time and cost to the various nearby attractions. A school group may find the cost a problem, though. However, there are 1019 rooms so ...
... even more exhausted today as we also needed to buy provisions to make dinner
for my cousins who are visiting us this evening for dinner. So we also walked to Borough Markets to stock up, and then a walk to Sainsburys, a supermarket in an entirely opposite direction.
Tomorrow we’re off to Basingstoke to spend a day with
some old friends.