Mercure London Staines-upon-Thames Hotel
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... deadly sin if you queue jump, I completely agree with Kate Fox. It is far different from the American way of public transportation, people actually wait in line (queue) they don't fight for life or death when getting on the train like a New Yorker would. I did not like riding the tube; I chose to take the bus even though it was significantly longer, because the tube too complicated, too hot, and took too many card swipes.
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... teaches me how fantastic travel on the tube is. We do a little windows shopping and take the elevator through Harrods. Jess and I then called it a day and headed back for a nap before Billy Elliot. We loved billy Elliot we sat high in the stalls and at half time the boys went down to the empty seats in the royal box. Exhausted we take the tube ...
... any question posed, he could answer - with details & stories. Excellent. The subway strike issue resolved last minute today, so we'll be able to "tube it " back into London tomorrow for our last day. Tower of London should be a really good attraction to visit - one thousand years of history there. Oh, forgot to mention - in Cantebury, we had lunch in a Mexican restaurant! Crazy & fun. PS. Yesterday I'd mentioned how amazing it was that with all the traffic, no ...
After a long over night bus ride, without an hour of sleep, and a 2 hour ferry ride, I arrived in the U.K. without any passport issues or anything. The ferry was kinda weird because it was like a mall on boat. After getting back on the bus (which went on the boat with us) we drove another 2 hours to actually get into London.
When we did finally got there we got off the bus and walked the Calvary Museum where we took some ...
... camera, any camera……there stretched out below us were the snow-covered Swiss Alps, some peaking out through clouds and some laid bare in the sunlight exposing their incredible beauty to our amazed eyes. I honestly could have cried it was such an awesome and breathtaking sight – as I told the girls, I would have paid the $300 round trip price (or whatever it was for that leg) JUST to witness that view…..it was SUCH a blessing and I will truly never forget ...