Ibis Styles London Leyton
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... scandals to tell! We watched the Guards do their thing at Buckingham Palace, unfortunately for security reason the ones outside the palace are no longer there. We then walked some more to Sloan Square where we met Yvonne and her daughter (I worked with her at the Hyatt and hadn't seen her for about 18 years). We went to The Botanist which is a gorgeous place in the square, Tony and I had been previously and ...
... all the way. What a great view from the top, I could see the Citibank building in Canary Wharf where I spent a couple of years of my life (that I'll never get back) on a building site.
After obligatory photos on the meridian line we made our way back down the hill via the ice-cream shop and back to the train.
It was awesome to catch up with Stan an Julie and meet their gorgeous grandchildren. Thanks so much to them for their generosity and ...
... about, and they've been practicing their English accents on one another during the trip.
By the time we arrived in London, we all felt energetic enough to manage taking the Heathrow underground directly to Paddington station - into which we arrived to great 'ooh's' and 'ah's' from the kids impressed with its size and Englishness. From there we jumped into a traditional London cab to take us to our apartment. It was so cute the way ...
... pay on our cash cards and they were declined....well frickin bloody hell we were at panic station again..a frantic call to cash passport people here in London where they informed us they were suspended and he couldn't explain why, relax girl I told myself be nice to the English gentlemen and bingo our cards were reactived oh happy days are coming now we hope.
We were off and running early ( obviously) this morning and we have walked 500 miles and we will walk 500 more so much ...
... and posters with funny catchphrases such as: “Mashed, Baked, Fried, Roasted, Boiled... Its no fun being a potato! Stop fruit and vegetable abuse now!”. One of the most interesting destinations was the Camden Passage market, which was a tiny market with racks of vintage clothing, primarily in Hill tribe prints. Walking along the streets of Islington, I found more treasures such as teacups and eccentric home furnishing stores with strange ...