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Paddington is a perfect destination to stay as it offers easy access to the rest of the city through its Paddington Underground Station. Paddington court executive rooms offer affordable accommodation services to both leisure travellers and the business travellers.
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... It first became a royal residence when it was purchased by George III in 1762 for his wife Queen Charlotte. The building was extended in the 1820s and became the official royal palace under George IV.
Once we'd been through the State Rooms, we were out in the Gardens, which were lovely. A cafe and official gift shop are set up for the public season, and the gifts and souvenirs are obviously a lot classier than those in the unofficial palace souvenir ...
... to Covent Garden for an early dinner and then to see Matilda the Musical. It was my 2nd time seeing this one and the first time for Mum but we both loved it. Full of laughs and very clever song lyrics it was definitely the best choice of show for us to see.
Sunday morning we headed to The Tower of London and did a tour of the grounds with one of the Beefeater Guards. You learn so much more from them than if you just wandered around yourself and ...
... up at the famous 'Downing Street’ of London. For 300 years this street has houses the senior members of England’s parliament. Number 10 Downing Street is where the current Prime Minster – David Cameron lives. We saw his slick grey Jaguar parked out the front, a sign that he was home.
We continued on to visit Benny boy. Again, Big Ben lived up to its famous hype for me…so amazing seeing these icons that I have always wanted to. Australia just ...
... had tea, did a little washing, etc. And, then we all for convened for dinner at the pub, the only place in town to eat. Angela made a reservation for us at 7:00 pm. The pub, The Mount Inn, was a jolly place and the whole village was there, I think. We had a corner table for 7 and proceeded with beer, cider and wine and got pretty raucous. The funny stories flowed and I am sure others heard them as well. The kitchen gave us free homemade crisps with some sort of dip/spread. The ...