Hotel Indigo London-Paddington
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... s population. The Great Plague had largely died out by the time the Great Fire of London destroyed more than 13,000 homes in 1666, and improvements made during the rebuilding may have helped stem further epidemics, as there was never another major outbreak after that time.
I signed up for a docent tour of the museum’s Victorian Walk, which is a full-scale recreation of a typical Victorian high ...
... Mary’s sister Anne lived in these rooms as well when she became queen. The next section of the Palace is where Kings George III and George IV lived as they enlarged the Palace. George III was King when America was fighting for independence. The third significant space in the palace are the rooms that Queen Victoria occupied as a child. There are a number of artifacts from her childhood in these rooms. ...
... telling the guys at the car place about the lack of passports when I realised that I had left my phone in the taxi. I think they were wondering what types of idiots they were letting drive off with a brand new car ….. but drive off we did in our left hand drive car, eeeck.
Thankfully we were only driving over to Pinner to have dinner with Kate and Rob and the car was staying the night there, cause the thought ...
... were leaving. She didn't have time to talk, but I'm sure we'll be invited over later to catch up on all the gossip! By 1:30 we were dragging our suitcases up the one flight of stairs into our room. It is a good size with a nice bathroom. There's a desk and armoire in the room as well. Unfortunately, my surprise for the day did NOT pan out. I had requested tickets for the taping of The Graham Norton Show. For those who aren't familiar, he is ...
... to Covent Garden which trendy and expensive as it is now was once the haunt of the less than desirable, apt maybe that this is where the walking tour started from.
The tour followed a familiar theme to the rest getting some interesting history like the true story about Guy Fawkes mixed with some quirky facts like the only Nazi monument left in the world for a dog all set against the back drop of a city that has been seen in movies from James ...