Manor Of Groves Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... around the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey and Buckingham Palace so Matt could have a gawk. After much walking, some squirrels and some freezing fingers we tracked down a bus stop that the ever-reliable 24 stopped at and we were home bound. None of us had eaten since before 10 so our 6 oclock dinner was well received. We selected a bistro around the corner called Grumbles, it has been ...
... tour in the US. The choir is called the Westminster boys choir, and seemed vaguely associated with the school next door. I was told different things by different people. Anyway, the boys come from all over and leave when their voices change. I wonder what that process must be like. It must be kind of sad, but I hope it's not!! Anyway, it was such a wonderful experience, truly. The highlight of my trip so far! You can hang around afterwards to look more closely at ...
... woman who taught Meg and sung a number of times by Meg but Polly would deny any such revelry. Memories are beautiful things. Have I given you an ear worm for the day? After a quick cuppa we wander the Portrait Gallery but the Young One begins to tire and so we head back to the Mad Hatters Hotel. We walk around Trafalgar Square noting the odd pigeon on the head of a bronzed mounted dignitary, a blue sculpture of a rooster ...
... to see and the sceptre and orbs. Queen Victoria's little crown was amazing. But I found the other crowns to be rather costume like and imperfect and I don't know I wasn't so impressed by them. They looked to me rather cheap. From here we went to Harrods. The food hall was amazing, but you need a personal loan to buy anything even apples (£8.50/kg). But I must say the marks and spensers (mark and spense to leigh) food hall has impressed me the most. We didn't stay long ...
... is a borough onto itself. Although it has some chains such as Reiss and Accessorize, the majority of Islington’s shopping is boutiques. I found that this borough reminded me of a town near my hometown named Redbank. Like Islington, Redbank is a relaxing destination with interesting and unique storefronts as well as delicious food options. The smaller boroughs of a city are where I feel comfortable and in Islington, I felt right at home.