Menzies London Luton Strathmore
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... quadrangle) and 24 metres high. The State rooms are the ones open to the public. We saw the Grand staircase, the Throne Room, the Picture Gallery, the Green Room, Blue Room and White Room, as well as a dining room, the music room and a ballroom. The picture Gallery is a mini-museum with a Rembrandt self portrait, Van Dykes, Rubens and Vemeers. The Music Room is where they do Royal Christenings and they had the baptismal font and garment on display.
... and they put the falcons in cages while they moulted. The word for moulting was mewsing so these areas became known as the Mews. They later became stables after the Royal stables burnt down and the horses were brought to Buckingham Palace. The only horses kept there now are the carriage horses which are the Cleveland Bays and the Windsor Greys. Looked at the carriages - they are magnificent, one is almost all gold and part of the wall ...
... 1.) Kensington is one of the most popular areas of London and
if you choose to stay in London you are staying in one of the most happening
areas of the city.
2.) Kensington has some of the best monuments and museums to
offer like the famous Buckingham Palace, Victoria and Albert Museum, National
History Museum, Science Museum, Geological Museum, Earls Court, Knightsbridge,
... to avoid the stress of a 4 hour ride on Monday Morning. It was quite sunny when we left but we soon encountered flurries of snow along the way. It's Spring here in Merry Olde Blighty and so this weather is to be expected. We stopped off in Membury Service Station and unwittlingly wandered into the dreaded Starbucks for a coffee.......and, as you get in any modern coffee retail outlet, we were confronted with Coffee Confusion......the board showed ...
My last two days in Reading were spent cleaning, hoovering and clearing all the **** I had accumulated over the past three and a half years, which doesn't sound that interesting so there's no point in elaborating. Still, I managed to do a few bits of value in this time. On Thursday evening I headed to Goals in Woodley for my 'testimonial' appearance at football, where I have played 7-a-side on rubber 3G pitches for the past 3 years. After 60 minutes I still had my knees ...