Howard Winchester Hotel
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... sitting in the park, paddling on the Serpentine or lounging on the deck chairs. Wanted to try one but a little too expensive for our budget.
We saw the Albert Memorial -very impressive - Queen Vic obviously loved him very much!!!!! - and the Royal Albert Hall.
Managed to find Harrods and wandered through the food hall. Everything looked delicious Jeff even thought the fish looked good!
By then ...
... whom founded " The Gentlemen's Magazine ". About 1760 " The Old Gate" became a public house, later called " The Old Jerusalem Tavern ", where Charles Dickens visited. And finally in 1874 St John's Gate was purchased by it's rightful owners the modern Order of St John. Terry escorted us around and allowed us access to the many rooms of the Gate, the Chapter Hall was a grand room, I was struck by the age and beauty of this room, the chairs that lined the wall were all over 120 years ...
... we're staying just off Trafalgar Square - so everything is easily walkable. The London Eye is the first sight we usually see - the giant Ferris wheel slowly turning in the misty rain this morning. Big Ben was next & we arrived just in time to hear its bells chime for 9am as it towered above us. The Parliment Buildings & Westminister Abbey are right beside that. I don't find Westminster Abbey that interesting from the outside - its a big stone church - its the ...
... Henry was all dressed up in Roman attire and gave us a lesson on what life was like for a 10 year old boy living in Rome.
Saturday December 14th.
No time for the gym today as Les wanted to checkout a Christmas market at the O2 center. We got the train there only to discover that they wanted to charge us 7 English pounds just to get into the market. Paying to get into a shop is not cool in anyone's book so we gave it a ...
... along the Thames River where we could see Eton School. It was a beautiful day and the the weather was warm enough to wear short sleeves. We had lunch there and Stephen took us back to the airport where we are now waiting for our flight to Johannesburg. Feeling very tired now, hope to get some sleep on the next leg which will take ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoward Winchester Hotel London
Very basic and cheap hotel, great location! It has private bathrooms and full English breakfast. Great budget hotel!
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