The Gordon House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free parking
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Ok first post of many people here it goes... Firstly Heyyy to anyone joining me on this journey into the unknown! Most of you will already know how this trip came to happen and what it means to me but in case I do get some stragglers (I know I like to read random blogs sometimes) here's a bit of history.... Like most I've always loved going on holiday, doing something different and exploring a new world. Over the years that love became more of an addiction and the more I ...
Visited british museum with Freddy - he wanted to leave after 5 minutes then wanted to ride up and don the escalators. Managed to see the greek section,including the Parthenon room, as well as some of the Egyptian including Rosetta Stone, also some of the Americas and Africa. Lunch at Benugo and then ...
... umbrella in hand, and I'm off. Walk to the tube, and just as we set off the rain stops and the sun shines. I look like a yuk from the sticks. But. Everyone looked waterproofed and bedraggled. And it was chaos. Not only was it packed but now sections were flooded and trucks with water vacuums were trying their best to suck it up. The grass was soggy and squishy. My flip flops handled it well. I didn't know what to expect but ...
... After an hour doing jobs, we caught the tube to Holborn to see the British Museum. It was pretty impressive, as there were artefacts from Ancient Egypt, the Americas and other civilizations like the Romans and the Greeks. We got a free guided tour through the Ancient Rome section, which was enough the tickle the interests of the two of us, who don’t know a huge amount about this part of history. We stayed for about three hours and I reckon that was about an ...
... theatre. We did a tour there which was fasinating and then spent some more time walking around the theatre and it's surrounding galleries. By this time we were getting hungry amd fading fast so we headed to The Anchor which is a 400+ year old Pub on the River Thames - we had spotted it om our river cruise and knew we wanted to try it out. It was an awesome building, very authentic and felt like we had stepped back ...