London Carlton Hotel
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For the last 2 days we have been on the road. Yesterday, a big drive (that is, more than 4 hrs) on the M6 and that is a Big Drive. The M roads are so busy with big trucks and fast cars that it was really great to pull into our accommodation in Chipping Norton. Tom was just a little envious as we chugged along in the left lane in our SAAB convertible only to be passed by a maserati, ferrari and then a BMW - and yes, I'm sure they ...
... tour around the venue, but although it was pretty cool being inside Wimbledon and all, it wasn’t as exciting as we’d hoped. Possibly this was because we’d already been at the Australian Open, and so had seen and felt an Open close up. But in Melbourne we had only had a ground pass, so this was the first time we had been into a Centre Court, albeit empty and silent. The score from last year’s final (Djokovich vs Federer) was still up ...
... it.... The "give us all your left over Euros" gift shops! We both happily splurged on perfume as we said Au Revoir to our Euros. Who has left over Euros anyway? Thanks to the Eurostar we arrived in London in no time. We reminded each other this was the last time we'd have to lug our "stuffed to the brim" luggage before we traveled home. HOME seemed like a world away. We have experienced so much in the past week, it's been incredible. And now it's time to experience London..... ...
... are expert in hospitality.
are a majority of the inns in the city that are very near to all the main
tourist attractions of the city. A number of them offer you a free of charge
local trip package. With this package, you can without any difficulty and also
at very economical rate stopover loads of various sites in London. Whereas most
of the inns also offer stay for all kinds of ...
... in the world and is the third-tallest free-standing clock tower. The tower was completed in 1858.
Tower of London Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red at the Tower of London, marked one hundred years since the first full day of Britain's involvement in the First World War, 888,246 + ceramic poppies fill the Tower's moat between 17 July and 11 November 2014. Each poppy represented a British military fatality during the war.