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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... some decent photos! Went to the National Gallery and saw all the favourites - of mine at least! I then walked to St. Jame's park where there was a wonderful photo exhibition commemorating the 100 year anniversary of WWI. The photographer had gone back to many of the battle sites and photographed them today - they were absolutely stunning. I then walked around the park taking way too many photos of squirrels - I just love them!! Headed to ...
I have woken up with a cold which is annoying! I have just had 2 crumpets for breakfast. I have often wondered what English Crumpets tasted like. You know when you are reading a novel and they talk about hot buttered crumpets for tea!! They were OK - a bit more dense than what I am used to. It is going to be a sunny day so I think I might walk down the canal I pass on the bus. Didn't get out of the house until after 10:00 which is a bit ...
... they have loved being here in London, they both say the best part of being here is "Kate and Mike's house with the girls". We are very pleased the kids get along so well - makes it easier for everyone. I have repacked our cases and managed to get everything into two bags rather than three and we will leave a suitcase here for the time we are away. I'm sure we'll need it going home but it will be heaps better to only ...
... sitting next to us, became our new friend and told us all about the seven cats he owns and about life living in London. We had fun on our first day!
Second day we woke up early to see the London Eye, Big Ben, House of Parliament, and Westminster Abbey. Big Ben was beautiful! Monday was very sunny so it was perfect weather to be sightseeing. As we were walking towards Hyde Park, I started to hear drums playing. But the sound was coming and going, so OF ...
... into the distance and further than one could determine. How many were there? Hundreds? Thousands? More? Impossible to tell. For a time there was silence, the likes of which descends when something so overwhelming confronts unexpected senses. Neither white man could summon the words to express what lay before them.
We uprooted our silent, spellbound, motionless trance, and walked along the shallows taking in the scene. And what a scene. As a blazing sun ...