Mercure Letchworth Hall
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... not as upmarket as HK, but comfortable and clean. Hadn't slept or eaten for several hours so had something at lunchtime local time (3 hours ahead of HK) then went for a walk. Saw several Austrailian ibis birds in the park. Very tame and photogenic. Back to the hotel and fell asleep. Woken by thunder and lighting and torrential rain. Walked down to The Rocks an older area of Sydney, passed Lilyvale Cottage. Had dinner outside near the Bridge. Trehills Bakery founded by ...
Well hopefully it will be my last day in London if I get a seat on the flight tomorrow!! Woke to a beautiful sunny morning so I am heading off into town for my last day. Not sure that Melbourne has the crown for "4 seasons in one day" as London had turned it on for me today. Sunny, wet, sunny, pouring..... Get the idea! Started out at Trafalgar Square where they had the Lion's roped off to clean so no tourists hanging all over them so I managed ...
Up early and in to town on the bus. I got off at Covent Garden and as it was Sunday I thought the market would be on and it was!! Looked around the stalls and after a couple of purchases I then walked to The Tate Britain Gallery, mainly to see my all time favourite painting by John Singer Sergeant - Carnation Lily Lily Rose. Made the mistake of paying to see the ...
... big bags with the car when we get it and also moving around big cities like London and Paris before we pick up the car. I think we're all ready - I've been able to get organised while Kate and Geoff have taken the four kids to the indoor pool for a bit of exercise. The Addison Lee car is booked to pick us up tomorrow morning and Kate and Mike will leave a bit before us as they are on an earlier Eurostar train. ...
... Princess Diana Memorial Fountain and were taken aback by its design. The flowing water goes through an enormous circle and each part of the circle represents a different stage in Diana's life - from the uphill stages, to the troublesome and rocky stages, and finally to the peaceful end of the fountain, and the end of her life.
We napped near the Albert Memorial for about an hour or so before heading to King's Cross and taking the typical Harry Potter photo! It ...