Hilton Garden Inn Luton North
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The hotel was ok but not close the anything. If you don't have a car you are stuck. This hotel caters to the local area.
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... St and St Paul's to see some of his old haunts. He showed us the Royal Courts of Justice and the square mile of the city. By this time it was very late indeed and our feet were very sore so we limped our way back to a tube station and headed home after midnight for the second night in a row! I know! Another full on day tomorrow which will include the British Museum and The Lion King Show in the ...
for the benefit of the Westminster Boys School Choir (yes there is a school
there where Choir boys learn normal stuff and then also the Glee stuff for the
Church services. I am pretty sure they
board there. Here I had my first English
pint of Ale and though a little warm wasn’t too bad.
We then walked through St James Park towards Buckingham
Palace. Missed the changing of the
but the Queen was not ...
... crisis" into perspective!
We started walking through this tulip garden next to the church when I decided to wander in. Darren spotted the cutest, most adorable squirrel and we took some photos as it wandered right up next to us.
Walking past rows of ambassadors' houses we spotted one that had a red and green flag with a Christmas tree on it. Turns out it's meant to be the cedar of Lebanon. Sure ...
... ever visit to Starbucks will also be my last. There was a big delay on the motorway due to a crash....and in Britain that means the Police will do their best to stop the traffic for an hour at least while they "Investigate". Eventually we went past 4 cars that had ploughed into each other, probably because they were driving too close to one another. No one was hurt and I forgot to take pictures as I was too busy rubber necking. So 4 hours later we got ...
... of blankets and pillows for maximum comfort. And it did sort of work for a little while, but I always seem to overestimate the ease of sleeping on planes. Plus, we were too excited to sleep!! We were lucky enough to have a really cool person sitting next to us! It was so coincidental: his name was Will and he'd just graduated from Commerce at USYD. So we had lots to talk about, and the three of us were laughing and making bad jokes for the first few hours. I swear ...