Hotel Indigo London-Paddington
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Today began before 10am and the sun was shining and it was warm. 3 miracles right there.
I spent my morning hooping in the back yard, and then went to circus training.
I have decided to work on strength and flexibility rather than jump straight into trapeze. I got worse before I got better and there ...
... buildings set within two concentric rings of defensive walls and a moat. There were several phases of expansion, mainly under Kings Ric*************heart,Henry III, and Edward I in the 12th and 13th centuries.
Westminster Abbey has been the coronation church since 1066 and is the final resting place of seventeen monarchs. The present church, begun by Henry III in 1245, is one of the most important Gothic buildings in the country, with the medieval shrine of an ...
... could begin.
With our reunion cuddles completed, we hopped on to the Piccidilly line towards Hammersmith where we had booked to stay to dump our bags for the day. Zoe went straight to sleep on the train resting on Nanna's shoulder for the 30 minute train ride. So far, what we had seen from the train had reminded us of what we see when travelling on the trains in Melbourne.
Google Maps had told us that our hotel was only a short distance ...
... into the background. But as Liam and I left the tube station and emerged smack dab in front of the Houses of Parliament, his gasp of astonishment brought back to me the sense of excitement that the building evokes. We began our star studded tour along the Thames, crossing over by Embankment station to catch a glimpse of the London Eye. We then made our way down the South Bank.
Our first stop was the Tate Modern Art Gallery, where we took in the free permanent exhibition. ...
... Queen Mary of Scotts who was imprisoned by Elizabeth for 19 years before being finally convicted and executed for plotting to overthrow Elizabeth. The Coronation Chair, a fairly simple wooden throne, is on display and has been used for every coronation since the thirteenth century, when it is brought to the Italian made and laid marble altar. It is truly a sight to be seen, and leaves you speechless by its magnificence. After spending almost two hours inside the Abbey, we ...