Holiday Inn London - Commercial Road
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... if this would be on my list of places to live, but definitely want to travel. I’ve been told its great for working in events previously.
Once arriving in London, customs was quick, oyster card was simple to get and thin the hour I was at the hostel.
Once I freshened up with a nice warm shower and change or cloths Maggie and I went to the markets. These were so good. Lots of variety as ...
... We decided to walk across Hyde Park to Marble Arch and catch the Red Line back to our hotel. This mile walk saved us having to go on another loop that would have taken too much time. We walked to Serpentine Lake where we saw Princess Diana's Memorial Fountain, then across the Serpentine Bridge, and across the Policeman's Walk to Marble Arch. We only had to wait a short time for a Red Bus. We went through Piccadilly Circus which is like ...
One of the things that we have all been looking forward to for the whole holiday, has been a visit to the Natural History Museum in London. Rob and I grew up watching David Attenborough and his programmes are also some of Em's favourites. He recently made a program called Natural History Museum Alive, where he takes the viewer into the Natural History Museum at night and some of the extinct inhabitants of the museum come alive - we couldn't wait to see if we could ...
... for what my body has allowed me to do (with the help of some serious meds that is- but still!). I am also, once again, very grateful for the archivists who have allowed me to look at this precious material and helped me access it all day! Tomorrow I think I'm taking a break from the RCS to go to the Linnaean Society! I'm hoping to look into the minutes of the meeting of July 30 1858 when Darwin and Wallace's papers were ...
As we arrived on a Friday, there was plenty to see and do the first day. However, while I was able to sleep on the plane, Kevin did not get much rest. He slept most of our first day while I scavenged for food in the shops surrounding our temporary living quarters. This did not prove difficult as the shops were open for all the businessmen and women working in the City. It was only when we awoke on Saturday that we realized that the area catered to ...