Kensington Gardens Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... but somehow upsets my stomach anyway. Hate starting a new trip with a bad tummy but I am fine the next morning.
Our flight to Georgetown, Guyana the next day is not until 2:20 p.m. Try as hard as we can, we cannot manage to sleep into the morning so up for breakfast and then nothing much to do until time to go to the airport. Travel days are always the hardest because you are anticipating your ...
After the girls gave Antonio a car magazine and chocolate for Father's Day we headed over to Trafalgar Square and soaked in the atmosphere, threw a coin or two in the fountain and tossed some coins to each of the amazing street performers in the square(see pics) the headed into the national gallery to see some of the amazing artworks held ...
... but slows to 100 mph when it goes through the Chunnel. Taylor has been a wonderful navigator thru the Parisean metro and now in London. Thank God for her or we'd probably be in Bulgaria by now.
Shelby was attacked by a pigeon under the Eiffel Tower and I haven't heard Cole laugh like that in years. Shelby wasn't too thrilled about it though. The best part of the trip has been being with Momma and the kids. ...
... Song Service at West Minister Abbey before returning back to the hotel. Tonight we went to the Troubadour for dinner and then downstairs to hear 3 bands (the Troubadour is where Bob Dylan, Adele, Amy Winehouse played). Sara and Rita liked all three bands but I thought one of them sounded like a cat. Tomorrow, Sara is going off by herself to see London and Rita and I are on our own. Sara has been working with us for 2 days on how to use the tube so we'll see how that ...
... all organized into a three-story building. It was like a candy shop for clothes.
After spending an hour or so in Primark, and completely losing track of time, we got on the tube, and rushed to the spot where we were supposed to meet Gryff and everyone else to go back to Carmarthen.
Overall, the trip was exciting, exhausting, and amazing. I loved London and I am looking forward to returning there over Spring Break.