Kings Cross Inn Hotel
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is where we spent the most time on our trip, and also the place where we jammed
as much in as we could, and still did not get through everything. It is a
massive city with A LOT to do.
When we arrived we already had our Oyster cards (you can order them before you
travel and they mail them to your house) so we could jump straight on the
underground/tube. It was not far to our hotel which was next to the London Eye
in County Hall. We had a little rest ...
... Back to reality...I am home alone. I can't move because my joints hurt, there are 40 hospitals to choose from all with different ways of payment, what they treat, and speed.
And there is no way I am hopping back on the Tube.
So after 2 hours of calls I hopped in a black cab (yep, never thought I'd see the day) and went to Princess Grace Hospital. ...
... different cooking styles: Tandoor (Tandoori), Sigri (Char-grilling) and Tawa (iron-skillet). The spice-coated chicken, fish and lamb are real delicacies. Clove-smoked doori kebab simply melts in mouth. The chicken biriyani will leave you craving for more. Tamarind is another restaurant serving Indian and South Asian food. Locanda Locatelli serves you authentic Italian food and the menu includes Italian classics. Kai Mayfair is one of the best ...
After viewing the staterooms the tour finished at the rear of the castle where we had some refreshments in the Palace cafe. The way out of the palace was by a pathway through the beautiful grounds of the palace. Once out of the palace it was travel by the tube to Waterloo then train ...
... there was not time for both!)
Time was of the essence, because the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace waits for no tourist! We charged off the bus and elbowed our way as close to the street as possible to view this auspicious event. It really is a sight to behold... all those red jackets and black hats, swords and serious faces marching down the street, through the palace gates and up to the front entrance to the Palace. Parade ...