The Harrow Hotel
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... would be really interesting to see. Something for the next trip. We continued along the road to the Churchill War Rooms, something that was on Cole's top sight-seeing list. At the war rooms we were able to see how the bunker was during the WW2 air raids of England.
After leaving the Churchill War Rooms, we were right next to St. James Park, so we briefly walked down the path to the water to see the Pelicans that were there. After this brief, but pleasant, ...
... was gone!!
Long story short we were unable to find her wallet / passport so no flight for us to Milan. Initial care from some of the British Airline staff was extremely poor however we were finally sent to their information area near the departure lounge where we reported the loss by phone to the Heathrow Police and also the Australian Embassy in Canberra as “Australia House” in London was still not open. We were informed that an ...
... Heathrow (Terminal 4) 10:30am - lunch in airport 11:45am - Delta flight to Zurich TRANSPORTATION If you wish to use the offers shown at www.daysoutguide.co.uk you will need the paper Travelcards mentioned above; those cards must be purchased at a rail station ticket office. Only Travelcards sold on National Rail orange and cream stock with the double arrow logo are ...
... the underground complex and perusing the extensive exhibit on Churchill's 90 years of life.
I learned quite a bit about Winston Churchill from the museum. Born to two aristocratic parents who largely ignored him, Churchill flitted between the military and politics throughout his life. You may find it surprising that Churchill, a symbol of conservatism, was during his youth a member of the then radical Liberal Party. In fact he helped to craft several ...
... and standing so we looked for a place to stop and get a cold drink. We ended up in a Laduree shop/restaurant. Shirley, I swear, is addicted and drawn subconsciously to anything Ladeuree!! We each ordered a Mojito and it was wonderful after all that walking.
After we had supper, we had quite a bit of time before the play (or thought we did!) and we ended up in this shoe store trying on the most gorgeous ...