Premier Inn London Hampstead
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... just wasn't right. In the winter the guards wear more of a blue/grey uniform, which I didn't know about because I've only ever seen pictures of them in the red uniforms. The palace was surrounded by ornate gates and there was a large gold fountain just outside of the gates. Personally, I couldn't imagine living somewhere where people flock to see my house and guess which window is mine. It's weird to think of that way. Regardless, the palace was lovely and very cool to ...
The flight over here was one of the best, I have ever had ! I had three rows free,next to me so I got to lay down ,the whole ride. Surprisingly I only watched a half of a movie and a tv episode. I guess I was just really tired! By the way this plane have two LEVELS !!! I have never been on a plane with two levels,it just blows my mind ! Well I have about 9 hours to kill in this airport before ...
... 8221; are often used for all conversations. Making social contacts after arrival is very necessary. All the people in London are aware of the richness of their culture. Once in London one must identify the cultural and bio diversities of the city. All the places demand special attention and mention too. The last but important tips is NEVER cut into or out of a line or queue. This nature is very much disliked.
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... 90mins later we were in Dover. The drive from Dover to London was the same route as the beginning of our trip, but this time we had a lovely fine day so got great views of the white cliffs and the countryside. I arrived at the double tree hotel where I started this adventure at just on 3:00. I settled in for a quiet night with dinner at the hotel. I fly home tomorrow on an 8:00pm ...
Well today was our last day in London. We woke up at 7:30 so we are finally adjusting to the time zone. We treated ourselves to a full english breakfast. We then walked to Big Ben and Westminster Abbey. Then took the train to the Tower of London. At the moment they are in the process of putting over 888,000 ceramic poppies on (what used to be) the moat at Tower Bridge, one to represent each fallen ...