The Maranton House Hotel
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... Circus and Embankment tube stations are all just a short walking distance away from the Square and there are a number of bus routes which also pass close by.
This is perhaps Trafalgar Square’s most famous monument. It was constructed between 1840 and 1843 to commemorate one of England’s greatest heroes; Admiral Lord Horatio Nelson. The monument has been positioned so that ...
... feeling very hungry, we wandered around and found an Italian place and thought - why not get a head start on Italian food (forgetting I'd be sick of pizza and pasta in about 10 days...lol). We were in the theatre district (the outskirts maybe) so there was a ton of choices.
Back to our hosts home afterwards to relax and get ready for our train ride the next day to Portsmouth.
Add on - I forgot to mention that we ...
... Greenwich Mean Time!) Lots of good photo ops, and the guide was informative and humourous. We then began a long hike through the very beautiful and colourful St. James Park (bordered by no less than three royal palaces) where we stopped for a quick outdoor lunch. The walk continued through to Buckingham Palace (the primary London residence of Britain’s sovereigns since 1837) and the Victoria Memorial, and then up Constitution ...
... cap the tour off beautifully, we were ushered into a sizable theater and watched a 20 minute animated movie featuring many of the Marvel comic heroes. This was a 4D experience, and in addition to getting sprayed in the face when the Hulk sneezed, we were goosed by our chairs when the Wolverine released his impressive blade fingers. Edward Scissorhands got the best of me every time - causing Catherine to repeatedly "shh" me for yelping loudly.
... needed refueling and warming stop
-tube to the British museum. Saw Rosetta stone and Parthenon friezes. Saw Egyptian mummies and some other good items. Boys were able to comprehend the antiquity of items and the way the British collected things from all over the world. So mission accomplished.
-tubed over to Buckingham Palace to catch the very end of ...