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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... in Scotland is the Nelson monument located on top of Carlton Hill, Edinburgh and a Belson’s Tower in Forres, Moray. Nelson’s Pillar was also erected in 1808 in Dublin, Ireland but it was destroyed by republicans in 1966. There is a Grade II listed bronze statue of Nelson in the Bull Ring, Birmingham, England. An elaborate monument of Nelson also exists in Liverpool. There is a column topped with a decorative urn in the Castle Green, Hereford. ...
... the hotel and ended up in a Mercedes. First and last time probably!! Arrived at 5pm and after checking in we met up with our nephew Michael and his girlfriend Samala who are currently living and working in London. Went to a nice restaurant around the West End area and had a good night with them. We will head out to their suburb tomorrow night for drinks and dinner, after what will be a long day seeing the sights of ...
... the train or walked up and down the platform trying to keep occupied. I went up and had a look at the damage and sure enough it was pretty bad. After a few hours without knowing what was going on people were getting restless. It was quite a shambles with this poor guard getting more and more stressed. After 3 1/2 hours a bus eventually came for us from our ...
... bring back to our rooms. We wanted an early night as we still had two early mornings and two full days of travel ahead of us.
Located in King's Cross Station we stumbled upon Platform 9 3/4 from the infamous Harry Potter movies. The queue was really long and we weren't about to wait for it to clear just to pose with the signage and trolley cart. I waited until there was a break between people posing for photos and quickly snapped a photo. That was good ...
... fudge cake. After lunch, we spent 30 minutes in the museum gallery of statues and busts. Then walked down Brompton Road to Harrods. A trip through Harrods was like a trip through another world. Then over to Hyde Park where we spent time (15 minutes?) until Diane left to go to the airport for her flight back to Germany. Carolyn and I ambled up the Serpentine in Hyde Park to the Diana Memorial which ...