Hotel Indigo London-Paddington
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... suggest it is sitting on the floor of the Indian Ocean somewhere off the coast of Australia but given that this is the opposite direction to which the plane was meant to fly the reasoning is still bewildering). Added to this that last week MH 017 from Amsterdam to KL was apparently shot down over Ukraine and it is fair to say that most people associated with us have expressed concerns or offered 'suggestions' on how to make it across to Asia in one piece. Things didn't ...
... streets. We walked down through a small golf course, then into Victoria Park, past the Royal Crescent and the Circus. We got on the pedestrian way past the numerous shops and thousands of tourists. We headed for the Abbey and found the official end or start of the Cotswold Way. It is a large medallion set into the paving stones. We got an American couple from Illinois to take a group shot. We checked into the Abbey Hotel just around the corner, part of the Best Western ...
... class option we were given Immigration Fast Track cards, meaning we could bypass all the crowds. Wrong! Considering the general public had fourteen staff members working on their counters and we had only two, it actually meant we were penalised! After another long wait for luggage, I headed out to the Heathrow bus terminal.
I'm never a fan of taking buses anywhere in the world as they don't have the ease of a metro but fortunately myself and a lady who ...
... when I took ages ogling at the Crown Jewels, not even when I rode the moving walkway three times to have a really close look at all that magnificence.
We spent all day there. The was even a Beefeater waiting outside the Ladies for me to finish so they could close up for the night. A little bit embarrassing.
Seamus and Terry were anxious to come home and do some work, so Paddy and I went into ...
... few photos in front of The Houses of Parliament. You may know it as, Big Ben, but Big Ben is the bell inside of the clock tower. This is where David Cameron the PM was holding the prime minister's Q&A at the time. after taking many photos, we finally reached 10 Downing Street where extra police were on patrol with very impressive weapons outside and inside the locked gates, waiting for the PM's return. We got back on the bus so mum ...