Holiday Inn Stevenage
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Today we decided to treat ourselves to a brunch. We wanted to go to a little Nepalese cafe down the street to us, it was new to the place, like us, and we had spotted the owners at night time, looking out anxiously, waiting for customers. What we didn't know was that this unusual space was in fact two separate businesses; the Nepalese occupied the restaurant at night and during the day it was a traditional cafe run by a short ...
... into Piccadilly Circus and figured out the complicated system of the double decker buses. We have the London tube down pretty good but the bus took a little time to get the hang of. But we liked that mode of transportation much better. The view from the top of the bus is amazing and it's just simply fun to ride on a second level of a bus. That night we went out for drinks with Jessica and went to this awesome place called the Madison ...
... and view better. It was a great evening as we saw London at Dusk with sunset as we finished the 30 minute ride.
Monday was to be sunny and 27C for the start of my week of exploring London. I purchased a 2-day Hop-on, Hop-off Sightseeing bus ticket and set of from Blackfriars. My first hopping off point was the Tower of London where 3 hours disappeared in a Beefeater guided tour, wandering and lunch. Then a lift to the top of the London Bridge ...
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I love this city but MAN-there is so much walkingJ We are staying in a great townhouse out of the town center about 15 minute walk from the Canada Water Underground Station. We found it through Armed Forces Vacation Club. A little out of the way but a good price and it was a lot of room (right on the Thames although closer to Greenwich then the Tower Bridge).
Day 1-The Tower of London
Love this tourist spot. We ...
... the colder season is upon us, still managed go look colorful and interesting. There were mazes and clusters of annuals and perennials surrounded by recycled borders of vintage roof tiles, neatly kept wandering paths and an amazing vegetable patch flourishing with the largest squashes ever seen. Surprisingly a museum of carriages and transport of past ages had been established within the park which kept us amused for some while. Somebody picked a couple ...