Ibis London Greenwich
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... to the restaurant. Gilbert Scott is located at the newly renovated Renaissance Hotel at St Pancras Station. It is an truly exceptional British Brasserie run by celebrated chef Marcus Wareing named after the buildings architect. Great food and good company we chatted as long as we could. The kids had fallen asleep at dinner. It was then into a taxi, back to the hotel at Lancaster Gate for a good nights sleep. It had been a long day.
... security as you would expect. We had a quick bite to eat and then off to the West End to see "Mama Mia". It was quite a production. The Novello theatre was an impressive old building. There were 4 levels. We only had cheap tickets on the 3rd level. We moved at intermission into better seats. Mum enjoyed the show. I liked the movie better. Home to bed….so tired.
Ruby & Denice
... all, weren’t we?! We got a bonus visit with them too after they missed they flightS (yes, plural, and no I’m still not traveling with you two until you get some shamrocks and lucky charms in your suitcases….haha)
Next it was home for Dev and Dal’s wedding and some much needed time with our very much missed family and friends. And what a trip it was! We got engaged – something we will never forget, and so special to be able to share it with family ...
It's hard to believe that today was my last day in London. And I spent it in the place I wanted to see the most and knew I could spend nearly a whole day there. I was right. I got a later start than usual because I desperately needed to sleep in, but that wasn't a problem. It actually turned out better for me because the tube station wasn't as busy and there was barely a line at the Tower. When I got there a Yeoman (Beefeater) tour was just beginning so I joined in and ...
... near the nelson column, trying hard to get on the plinth. We watched people pass by each having a different purpose of their visit. Looking at the various embassies’ surrounding the square we walked towards the Buckingham palace. The area was the political center, having the primary street terminating into the Buckingham palace. The plaza near the palace helped one to admire the grand scale and importance of this royal residence. We watched the guards, near the ...
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