King Solomon Hotel
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- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- High-speed internet in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
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... But the London underground is still a great way to get from A to B. You have to queue for everything, yet no-one jostles or complains! People are unfailing polite and helpful and more often than not do so with smiles and humour. "Ask me another question Love, and I'll have to charge you for it"!! Courtesy is definitely not a dying art here. Or maybe I just looked exhausted and old for people would leap up on the trains to offer me a seat. One poor bugger even insisted on ...
... wind the clock back an hour) before heading off towards London.
This time we were out for the count and didn’t wake up until we got into London and the lights came back on and the sun was rising. The bus drove through the streets of London before finally crossing over Westminster bridge and we got our first glimpse of the massive palace and the Big Ben. It was some building, amazing architectural design.
We got ...
... Mile End Park and Victoria Park to Shoreditch and the fashionable Hoxton area. Some lovely open spaces, royal parks and trendy nightlife spots in what were once very run down, working class districts of the East End.
Wandering down Sussex Gardens, with its magnificent Victorian manor houses, to Hyde Park, where we visited the Serpentine Gallery and Pavillion. Then on to Knightsbridge and the hallowed consumer aisles of ...
... t go to Morocco next week but we have decided that that we will still go. In today's world these attacks could happen anywhere.
We visited the Guildhall Art Gallery which also houses the City of London Heritage Gallery and the Roman Amphitheatre . The main reason for our visit was to see the 800th Anniversary of the Magna Carta Exhibition. On display was the original 1297 edition of the Magna Carta. The original Magna Carta signed by King John was in 1215.
... it has certainly changed for the better. HMS Belfast was still there and I was lucky enough to see Tower Bridge opening up Had fish n chips at a lovely pub and then decided to do the walk back to The Tate. The walk itself is well signposted and takes you mostly beside the Thames but occasionally into the back streets. People everywhere , restaurants, cafes, shops a real buzzy area. Past Southwark Cathedral , past the replica of the Golden Hinde ...