The Leonard Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Leonard Hotel London
The hotel was very dated and quite expensive for our night but it had everything we needed
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... the line going to Wimbledon was down...so we took a double decker bus! (Pictures to follow). It took lots of determination, but we found our way to the pretty Wimbledon neighborhood. After some tea, we will call it a night. Actually, the end of a long, long day or two and rejuvenate for tomorrow's tour of London! Stay ...
... standards. The mistake was the second beer. It was a great spot to people watch, many 'FP' [fashion police] citations given out.
Stopped at Lavazzo for a pick me up java, getting back c 1500. We spent the balance of the time musing about South American trip options. Those in northern Chile and/or Argentina tend to be a bit pricey but we will see.
Had a shower and readied to go. Tina Talkalot was there to see off Judas; the girls, ...
... Some other interesting facts were that theatres were not
allowed within the city of London as they were seen as something of the devil,
taking people away from the church and causing violence. For this reason, the
theatres all existed across the Thames River from London.
After this tour we went to the London Bridge and Tombs
experience. When planning to do this, we thought that it would be a guided tour
of a ...
... is actually very big considering this is central London. I just hope the weather allows us to use it.
After having a little rest we wandered down to Primrose Hill, found a playground for the boys and then had a walk up the hill to view the city, it really is a magical spot.
Takeaway Japanese for dinner and then an early night for the ...
... a little we headed to M&Ms World. M&Ms World is very colourful and over the top, but really is just selling a whole heap of M&Ms memorabilia. There was a cool pick n mix bit, Brooke got black M&Ms while I purchased some dark chocolate peanut M&Ms and hot chocolate, both of which are delicious!
I introduced Brooke to the Real Food Market where we grabbed lunch before going for a looooong walk along the Thames towards Millenium Bridge, which was a ...