Grange St. Paul's Hotel
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... faster than I could eat it. There was a theatre near the gelato place, and Shakespeare in Love happened to be playing. Tom had told me before that someone had adapted it for the stage, and I got really excited when we passed the theatre. So much so that Larry ran in and started asking if they had any tickets available for this evening. They had one ticket left for tonight's show, and Larry told me that he would give me permission to ...
... chocolate every day prepared by his chocolate chef in a special kitchen. Because chocolate was so expensive at the time, this was a real piece of luxury that he also used to show every one else how fabulously wealthy he was. The royal chocolate maker was also a very wealthy man due to his status and job.
The gardens at Hampton Court Palace are world ...
... horse stable. We ate lunch and goofed around in a few stores. After a few hours, and a couple of wrong turns on the tube, we arrived at the Tower of London. this is where they house the Queen's jewels. They are absolutely gorgeous. We also saw the torture chamber where they used to torture people - particularly those people who were behind the catholic church and were deemed to be "traitors of the state." Next we hung out at the Tower Bridge ...
... always hungry...Burger King makes so much more sense) to get the cup that you can refill. A so it was cheap and B because George has a liking to filling up the cup at the vending machine.
But once we had our drink in hand we joined all the people on the grass in Leicester Square for some chat....like just us chatting...we didn't start a communal circle with everyone.
... Outside Harrods there was someone playing bagpipes and everyone was taking pictures and giving money. But all of a sudden, he played Amazing Grace, and I was like...wow. I gave money. Went inside to the luxurious department store, and asked where I can buy London souvenirs. The guy said 2nd floor. Go towards the Egyptian escalators. lol. I did. I did not see any London souvenirs. I have never seen so many department store employees impeccably dressed and number more than ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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