London City Hotel
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... the best places. The bakery with the most delicious scones or the pub with the best fish and chips. It takes a little nerve to go down some of these streets, but I was never disappointed. We realized that we hadn't visited Buckingham Palace yet, so off we went in hope of spotting some royals. No such luck, but the Palace was still wonderful. The roads all around are dyed red, so that you always have a red carpet entrance.Things were quiet at Buckingham. ...
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Walking along the Thames seemed like a great idea for this
trip so I took the underground to the Mile End tube station in East London.
Even though it is in zone 2 which contains most of London's tourist sites no
tourist ventures out to Mile End. Believe me on this one. I went there because
a merchant with whom I had done business a decade ago is located there and I
wanted to see ...
In the afternoon, I was booked with the LIYSF group to go up the London Eye. We queued for an hour and a half outside the thing before finally making it up. The view was great, and it was a good way to tie all of the sights we’ve been seeing together at the end of our time in London. We got back just in time for dinner before doing a load of washing and going to ...
... time we became vegetarians! As they serves up fish and had such an opinion on you if you don't eat what they serve! But to be fair most people were jealous of out hairy veg lasagne. This was literally the best place we got to snorkel and saw amazing coral with great viability. And saw a few reef sharks to. Both the boys became boring *******ized and wanted to be just like James fisher so read loads of books and so sad they ...
... momento of the new Royal Prince. From there we took a leisurely stroll through Hyde Park, saw the Princess Diana memorial and visited Kensington Palace. Then the London Dungeon and The London Eye. And finally some glove and beanie shopping for Roo who is now sick of course. The highlight of my day Kensington ...