Long Island Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We stayed with Catherine and Iain (Margaret's sister and brother-in-law) who live in Muswell Hill, North London. We had a walk along the nearby Parkland Walk which is the remains of an old railway line and is full of birds and ripening blackberries. We wandered up to the shopping area at Muswell Hill Broadway. Then we walked to Highgate Woods and had lunch. The woods are home to many squirrels, some of whom visit the surrounding gardens, ...
... the movies. One of the highlights is towards the end when you get to see a large scale set that was constructed to guide the movie making. Every four minutes they circle they modify the lighting from dark to light. They illuminate parts of the set so it looks like there are candles and lanterns burning. We finished after two hours so we hopped on an earlier bus. It's pretty considerate that they give you an hour for ...
... almost a week.
And there is going to be no shortage of fun. Not entirely sure what the rest of my week holds but today was good.
I got into London at about midday, backpack on back and phone in hand ready to call my dear friend Lydia.
I am staying at her place tonight (and all my other nights) and needed to pick up the keys so I could get my body ...
At Heathrow Airport in the bar... Having a cider - Cheers! So, the flight over to England was very nice. Virgin Atlantic is a lovely airline. I was sitting with a group from New Jersey flying to South Africa to see a Bruce Springsteen concert and then a safari. How cool!
The adventure begins...
... inside. Further inside the park there are a few gardens that are nice, secluded and private.
Parks for tourists
The second time I visited Hyde Park in August 2012, I sat down on one of the lawn chairs that sits next to the Serpentine lake and lounged for a few minutes, soaking up the London sun while it was still there and basking in the moment.
Unbeknownst to me at the time, I was being charged for the use ...