Park Inn by Radisson Thurrock
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... artifacts in London than in Cairo!
After leaving the Museum, we traveled to two sites related to English mysteries - - - 221b Baker Street and Charterhouse Square (lots more walking!). Of course, there wasn't really a 221b Baker St. (although Baker Street itself does exist) since Sherlock Holmes was only fiction but some entrepreneur has "created" a Sherlock Holmes ...
We over slept this morning and rushed around trying to get ready and eat breakfast before our tour guide came to pick us at 9. She hired a driver because there is no place to park your car in London. With spritzy rain and dark skies, we started our tour at Buckingham Palace. This grand palace is the symbol and residence of the British Monarchy. When the queen is in residence a flag is flown over the palace. ...
... our trek of the food hall which will describe for you the magnificence of the event better than any words I can jot down. The streets surrounding the venue and their curbs became like instant picnic areas. It truly was wild (and exciting).
After we sampled some of the goods, we ended up the day on a positive note at the modernistic area of London developed about 20 years ago by Olympia and York, a Canadian development ...
... and by now it was time to meet up with friends Chris and Nick for our evening meal. This was a five minute walk away at St. Pancras station, where Eurostar departs for The Continent. We had pre dinner drinks at the Champaign Bar, a nice bottle of Bollinger, and then ate at The Booking Office, so named as it was the station's booking office, and now is part of the refurbished St. Pancras hotel. Good food, good wine and lots of conversation ...
... find many palaces, residences, gardens, and museums – all showcasing the luxurious way royalty lives. Understandably, it make senseconsidering that the royal family lives in London. Charming is perhaps the word that describes everything that’s royal in
the capital, and certain accommodations such as the Park Grand London Hyde Park epitomise this sense of royalty too.
The Kensington Palace ...