King Solomon Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- High-speed internet in room
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... should be banned from climbing them. Adolf Hitler found the column to be of great significance and he planned to move it to Berlin if his Operation Sea Lion plan to invade Britain had been successful.
Refurbishment of the column was done in 2006 for which scaffolding was erected for access from top to bottom. In order to minimise any damage to the bronze and stonework, steam cleaning and gentle abrasives were used. Before the restoration work was started, ...
Disappointing breakfast at our hotel - in fact the whole experience at this hotel has not been good. Anyway - off on the hop on-hop off bus this morning for a trip around London. Saw all the major sights as we went on the whole tour. The traffic in London has to be seen to be believed - I don't know how the bus drivers get around. Narrow streets and cars and trucks everywhere. We stopped at St. Paul's around lunch time and ...
... Highland Chieftain” train follows the route of the East Coast Main Line (ECML) with its historic connections and magnificent scenery. During the journey we well fed and watered with various sandwiches and cakes, tea, coffee, wine or spirits. The scenery was amazing but it was quite misty for most of the journey so not very good for photographing ...
... were served by a very friendly waiter. I ordered the bangers and colcannon, Nancy had the fish & chips, Courtney and Melissa each had roasted chicken with a variation between the two of them, it was a delicious meal without the drama from the previous pub. We actually had the entire second floor to ourselves. It was very nice.
We were exhausted and went back to the hotel to rest for a few hours. This particular hotel os called the Tune Hotel. It uses ...
... attractions at check-in, my stomach condensed into a nauseating knot and the tears started coming again. There was no way for me to pick one or two things to do over my last couple days so I just exited at various tube stations and walked wherever the roads took me. I spent more time drinking than I probably should have but making the choice to walk into a pub was easier than making the choice to see something that I have an ...