Grange Blooms Hotel
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... similar design and layout to that but there were actually less exhibits and it was hard to see anything because it was pretty crowded. It didn't take long to go around and we had more time to spare so we decided to walk back through regents park and hyde park.
There were squirrels everywhere when we had walked through before, I had some left over pistachio nuts from Spain and since I figured that I probably couldn't take them to Australia I tried feeding the ...
Visiting London is exciting because of two reasons. It has so many things to offer to its visit. Starting from the natural beauty of the place to that of the massive infrastructures are all worth visiting. People planning to visit London must take out time to visit the most important places f all. The important places are noted for various reasons. The first of all is the location, the overwhelming structures and the collection stored inside each. Therefore all ...
... can enjoy candle-lit concerts on Thursday to Saturday or appreciate a free lunchtime recital on Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays. There is also the very atmospheric Cafe in the Crypt; the eatery located underneath the church which hosts jazz nights on a Wednesday.
- The West End: Home to London’s Theatreland, this is less than a 5 minute walk away from Trafalgar Square. Whether you are taking in a show or not, a visit ...
... bring home enough for at least one more meal.
Tuesday we need to visit the India Visa Center between noon and 3 pm so we go back to the British Museum for the morning. This time we visit the artifacts from Britain going back 2500 years. I am surprised to see how sophisticated the weapons and jewelry are. The Sutton Hoo part of the exhibit is from Saxon times. A burial ship and its contents were found and excavated. ...
... else who didn't have wet weather gear. When the rain cleared we wandered through Piccadilly Circus to Leicester square to meet Andrina for dinner in Chinatown, which was really nice. Andrina took us for a bit of a wander around covent garden after dinner which looked really lovely at night. On day two we got up and met Andrina at the tube station to head to the imperial war museum for opening. They had just opened an exhibition on World War One and the tickets were timed so we ...