The Harrow Hotel
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... city from a different vantage point. Unfortunately unbeknownst to us the restaurant has a very strict dress code and did not allow us in because we didn’t have the proper footwear (no athletic shoes of any kind were allowed) so in protest we headed a few buildings over to a slightly less tall but much more accommodating building called the OXO Tower and were able to get a wonderful table right on the balcony overlooking ...
... m sure that’s true. But, it was definitely incentive to learn to ride the train!
The first bar they took me to was called Hung, Drawn and Quartered. Located near the Tower of London, Charlie told me that this is where the Brits would bring prisoners to get them drunk before hanging them. This way, they would not make as much noise and not move around. He also said that once they left, they’d load them onto the wagon ...
... are embellished with complimentary broadband services, plasma television with satellite channels, iron and ironing board, in room coffee and tea making facilities as well as luxurious bathrooms.
Finally, complimentary breakfast is offered to all the guests who make their bookings online through the hotel website. So make sure that you do your booking well in advance in order to get the suite of your choice.
Started the walk at Noon on the River Thames. Walked from the Victoria Bridge to Tate Modern. It is the most-visited modern art gallery in the world with around 4.7 million visitors per year. Tate holds the national collection of British art from 1900 to the present day and international modern and contemporary art.
Then crossed (still walking) across the ...
... us upside down on three different loops, nearly cricking my neck in the process, before going on an 80 meter giant drop! It was absolutely terrifying yet exhilarating! I screamed the whole way down! After a supper of delicious corn on the cob dripping in butter, herbs and salt, we headed back on the Contiki shuttle to the hostel, to get some well deserved rest before another big day!
It was time to see a little bit of what Munich had to offer, by way of an optional extra, a ...