Holiday Inn Express London - Victoria
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Really friendly and helpful staff...
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... think I may be disappointed. After a lazy morning we went and searched out a cafe Will found on Tripadvisor, which was worth the effort. We had a yummy English Breakfast (when in Rome.... the UK... whatever) but with coffee, couldn't bring ourselves to give that up to order a tea yet.
After breakfast we set off to the Tower of London, which looked very cool but we decided we'd go inside another day. Next we crossed over the ...
... hilarious and expressive Frenchman with colorful language, an Australian, and a friendly Algerian. I had forgotten how interesting the hostel crowds are - there was a circle of American and...Spanish? boys drinking and playing checkers and swapping questions about their respective pop culture. ("Angelina Jolie? She rules the world, no? And Kim Kardashian, she ees very...how do you say...hot?" "Yea, but dude, have you seen Blake Lively?" "I do ...
... facebook to keep in contact.
12) Scuba diving isn't as straight forward as I first thought.
I passed all the theory fine but it was just the “skills” in the water which I struggled with. Everything we read and got taught had some life threatening consequence if not done correctly. Also I didn’t like that my life was so dependent on the regulator and struggled taking it out to practise in emergencies. It just scared ...
... when we got our bus ticket. They are discounted and you don't have to queue up to buy the tickets at the ticket window - there were some fairly large lines.
We all enjoyed the Tower of London. It has changed a bit since our last visit in 1993 (LOL!), there is more history about the tower itself and I think less emphasis on the display of items from the past. The Crown Jewels were beautiful, sorry no photos, you're not allowed to take any. We also saw ...
... in real time! I finally downloaded the data from my electronic pedometer - we typically walked 5-6 miles each day, with a low today of 4.25 miles and a high of 9.5 miles last Sunday. Too bad my pedometer doesn't track the bus and subway miles, too! If we ever have the chance to return to this area, we'd love to explore more of Southern Ireland, then rural Wales & rural Scotland. No more big cities! But we love the history & the countryside ...