London City Hotel
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... Accommodation is clear-cut to meet the flavors of their guests in the most substantial manner. With a huge range of services, as provided in these hotels, the Paddington inns are certain to be your finest place of housing in this stunning city. The high-end amenities, which you can experience when booking your room in these London inns, are: free of charge internet access, fitness rooms that are solely for the inn inmates, multi-lingual ...
... organic and natural ranges and is so delicious and ... Expensive. I also found my Christmas present there, a vitamix ! It's only £500 of awesome. So , if any of you are feeling rich ... Joking. One of my favourite places we visited this week was the Churchill war rooms. They've been preserved exactly as they were during war, and there's a fantastic museum part dedicated to Churchill and his life. I thought I had museum fatigue, but I loved it. It was so ...
... the cheapest option was to stay in London for an extra night, then travel by bus to Liverpool on Saturday. The booking was a nightmare so we walked to the infamous Paddington station and took a tube to the equally enormous Victoria station to get bus tickets. The tube stations are incredible here. The map for them is fairly simple and colour coded. locals know the depth of each tube lines and choose lines closer to the surface ...
... of direction in London and ended up going the complete opposite direction. I ended up next to Regent Park before i clued in to ask for directions. I used my lack of orienteering skills to find my way to Piccadilly Circus and eventually Trafalgar Square which essentially led me down the Thames river to St. Paul's cathedral. I arrived around 330 which only left about an hour to visit the upper levels and cript. Unfortunately, I ...
... another first! As most of my culture resides on the back of my tongue, we didn't last long here before heading to wetter pastures. Gordon's was a place that can best be appreciated by visiting yourself. Words will never describe what an incredible spot this is. Even for this non-wine aficionado, it was just amazing. Definitely a highlight of the trip. Thanks to some locals that we met up with ...