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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... to snore. Ole and I were sleeping on a blow up mattress on the floor and looked at each other and decided that there's no way we can sleep through this snoring. Ole started yelling "Eugene, Eugene" luckily it stopped. The next day we woke up and went for breakfast at a diner across the road that became out local breakfast stop the whole time we were there. After that we went to see Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, House of Lords, and the walked ...
... are expert in hospitality.
are a majority of the inns in the city that are very near to all the main
tourist attractions of the city. A number of them offer you a free of charge
local trip package. With this package, you can without any difficulty and also
at very economical rate stopover loads of various sites in London. Whereas most
of the inns also offer stay for all kinds of ...
We have arrived safely at London Gatwick airport. We are on our way home. All kind of sleepy as we had to leave the airport at 5am. I consulted with Mickey and we decided to try to Gatwick Express Train to the airport instead of Taxis or a car service. It ended up being a great idea as we had a 45 minute ride (1.5 Hours by car) and it was no problem getting into ...
... mistakenly thought we'd visit the meridian marker & science museum but instead we were dropped off to shop in the village (not our thing) & tour the Cutty Sark (fastest sailing ship in her day). The ship was closed for refurbishing. So we had an hour + to kill. Like other locations, babies & people abounded! Final segment of the day - rode on a ferry on the historic river back to London. It was very interesting mainly because of our historian guide. Again, he was really ...
... I decided to be a tourist and with Prince William, Kate and George in Oz, I decided to make my way to their house: Kensington Palace.
Kensington Palace is within the Hyde Park area where the Kensington gardens are. It was really cool to walk around and see how grand the palace was. It was nice to know that this was where William and Kate live too, even though their residence is in the private area. I thought the palace would be a little bigger ...