TripAdvisor Reviews Berners Hotel London
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... beauty, to see the lush interiors and the well-laid gardens, which are largely laid out in the formal 17th Century style. Another major attraction is the Hampton Court Maze, which was first planted out in the 1690s.
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... he was a bit daunted by the crowd and number of small ones running about in the store. We left without any chocolate to eat but a few small gifts anyway. But we did get a good photo of the characters recreating the Abbey Road album of the Beatles.
Dinner at a restaurant featuring pizza and pasta was next on the plan. We've now learned that you only get your bill when you specifically ask for it. That would have been helpful to know our ...
... second founder' of the British Museum. Italian librarian Anthony Panizzi expanded and organised the national library to make it worthy of that name. It became the largest library in the world after the National Library of Paris.
Later, the library became a separate entity and ...
... many of the important places are within such a small area in London.
We passed such places as where General Eisenhower gave his speech before the D Day Invasion which was today in 1944, a memorial to all Australian Towns that lost men to the second world war. The Tower of London where the Union Flag that flies on top is the exact same size as a tennis court !!
A full day of touring London then back to the hotel for a rest and you ...
... passing by constantly and black London cabs, it really felt like we were in London.
We headed underground to the St Martins-in-the-Field Crypt Café. Described as affordable dining in central London, we weren’t disappointed. Surrounded by the 18th century architecture and with tombstones under us we enjoyed our feast whilst catching up.
We had a late evening planned for the next night, and had been up late the previous ...