Ibis London Docklands Canary Wharf
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... where in the true sense of the word, you experience the royal British class and heritage. The walls of the rooms and the suites have been done up with vibrant colours in these kind of hotels and the furniture is beautiful, lavish and classy with the use of amazing wallpapers, textiles and cosy fireplace as well.
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... for about 2 months a year, so we'd come at the right time.
Despite not being particularly enthusiastic about the Royal Family, we thought it would be a good opportunity to see inside the palace, which isn't somewhere most visitors to England would see.
So Friday would be Buckingham Palace day.
There was a huge crowd outside the palace when we got there. The viewing points were directly outside the gates, across the road outside Green ...
... Dubai helped. The longest wait was at Brisbane airport at that time of the morning. Well Brisbane airport whilst lovely, in comparison to Singapore and Dubai, seems like those tiny Queensland town airports I used to think were so cute! A real eye opener for me and I actually can't wait to do some exploring on the way home. Longest part of the day was going through customs in London. Same old issues the world over, funnelling flight ...
... stowing the car, I think I can safely say I must be a Tetris master by now.
Pulling into London we spotted our first fellow ralliers, cars adorned with the likes of ice cream cones and pictures of Genghis Khan. Crawling through traffic at 2mph, getting lost and finding the right way again (this is to become a common theme!) we joined the launch party at Battersea Park. It was incredible to see the variety of both people and cars with ...
... where Diana's funeral was held and where each English monarch is coronated. The Coronation Chair is hundreds of years old, and is used to this day to coronate the new monarch.
After leaving this amazing history behind us, we ventured into Waterloo and found a great fish and chip place Casey looked up. It was an actual restaurant, which was kind of bizarre. The food was ...