Holiday Inn Express London-Watford Junction
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We woke up at 6am for an early breakfast to start our day in London. We drove into the city and took a driving tour. We stopped at scenic pictures spots like St. Paul's Cathedral, the London Eye, the Tower Bridge, and Big Ben. We got to see the changing of the guards and the music they played was pretty intense. We rode on the subway, aka tube, or …
During our drive from Wales to London, we stopped in two towns. The first was Chester, a cute little town with old Roman walls. We walked along the walls, had lunch, and did some shopping. Then we were back on the bus. The next stop was Stratford-upon-Avon, Shakespeare's birthplace. We visited Anne Hathaway's cottage and took some cute pictures …
... best however I get by on it and will continue to do so!
Now I come to choosing a room so I check one out and I decide it's nice but I think well what else is on offer?? I ask and get down a better room I decide I want the better room and the guy tells me is not available! Well those that know me are absolutely right I got the bigger room!
Which brings me to now - in my hotel room in a strange bed listening to a very noisy Delhi. ...
... line you are in again depends on which Court you picked. You then have to wait in that line until 8:30-8:45 when the security opens. You then make your way through the security area. After security you have the chance to "jump the queue" a little bit. So there are a few people running or walking very quickly so they can be at the front of their Court Line to pick the better seats. You walk/run about 800m to the turnstile where you wait in line again until 9:30 when they open ...
"To plunder, to slaughter, to steal, these things they misname Empire; and where they make wilderness, they call it peace" - Tacitus
It was a grey and cloudy day when my train rolled into London, yet the clouds were thin and hope of sunshine was not yet extinguished. The train came to a stop at King's Cross Station and once more I found myself in the center of England - the city that once controlled the world.
I was on my way ...