BEST WESTERN Mornington Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN Mornington Hotel London
Comfortable room in prime location near Lancaster Gate Underground. Breakfast was good.
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We set off after breakfast to Lancaster Gate station where we caught the Central line to Tottenham Court Road. The weather had changed overnight. There was a light drizzle of rain and it was a little cooler than the 2 previous days which had been cloudless blue sky days. From the tube station there it was a short walk to the British Museum. Stewart …
Day 3 in London. A bit of a late start, after breakfast we headed down Bayswater Road toward Notting Hill. Notting Hill most famous attraction is Portobello Road which has plenty of quirky shops. We did not ventured to far and went to the Vodaphone shop to purchase a UK SIM card. After that we downed a quick Starbucks and headed to Westminster …
The big day had finally arrived. There was a lot of the usual last minute scrambling to get everything organised. Jeed had to collect the Brit Rail passes from the travel agent. I had not done any packing and was trying to do last minute emails for work. Lots of throwing chargers and adapters into bags. Kids check. Shoes on and out the door. …
We all woke pretty early having not quite adjusted to the 6 hour time difference between the UK and Thailand. The hotel room was very comfortable. Split level with a mezzanine upstairs. The breakfast room was located in the basement. We enjoyed a hearty English breakfast and then headed down Bayswater Road to Kensington Gardens. We spotted a couple …
... think your there seeing what your seeing!
We walked along the Thames River. We could see the London Eye, Big Ben, and Westminister. We found a carousel, so of course we had to ride on it! It brought back many great memories from my childhood!
Then we kept walking, and went through the Jubilee Park which is right off the river walk. We stopped to watch a magician perform. He was very good! We got to take a picture with him. We then crossed the Westminister ...