Mowbray Court Hotel
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... spot of shopping and check out this cute little village.
We all piled back in the bus to head towards our last stop
Stratford Upon Avon which is Shakespeare’s birthplace. To be or not to be is
the question but we loved this place. Everywhere you look is a glimpse into
Time to head back to London as our tour has come to end.
Another wonderful day spent in England.
... After a while, i make a bee-line to an exit at another corner of the park. I have spent nearly four hours here this afternoon, hardly what i would have expected as part of my trip to London, insofar as i had any expectations to begin with. It is now past six. I walk through some more gorgeous residential streets, houses here noticeably older and larger and lovelier than the other neighborhoods i've walked through, intending to check out a couple more recommended sights in ...
... crossed the very busy intersection of Park Lane and Cumberland Gate to Marble Arch - unsurprisingly a large Carrara marble arch which was originally located in front of Buckingham Palace. It sat there from 1833 to 1850, before being dismantled and reconstructed at its present location, because it didn't fit with the redesigned Buckingham Palace.
Marble Arch is at the western end of Oxford Street, and a couple of blocks along is Selfridges department store, where we stopped ...
... of change? Leave it here" was one, but I took a photo of my favorite...
11:00pm came around and it was well and truly time for bed. Awesome to see Gen, Rich and Nat and very excited for a night out when we are back in London in a few weeks.
A 6:30am bus to Stanstead airport and here we are!
Hope all is well. Next blog from Spain!
I toured the Haymarket Theatre Royal today and our tour guides were the best part. They were charming in that old fussy married couple kind of way. It's amazing to see the history and sad to see it being wiped out by " renovations". I stood on an original raked staged. Which I know is only cool if you're a theatre nerd but oh well. For class we met with Lucy Jackson, a theatre producer who was very informative. ...