No.11 Cadogan Gardens
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- Concierge desk
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
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The flight over here was one of the best, I have ever had ! I had three rows free,next to me so I got to lay down ,the whole ride. Surprisingly I only watched a half of a movie and a tv episode. I guess I was just really tired! By the way this plane have two LEVELS !!! I have never been on a plane with two levels,it just blows my mind ! Well I have about 9 hours to kill in this airport before ...
... known as London’s most trendy areas. Here you can get to see vey well-maintained old streets and you can also enjoy closeness to the center of the city. This is the reason the place is famous among people for eating, shopping, drinking and music and dance too. This has also resulted into higher rents for the accommodation. Though the rents are high, you can get the best quality accommodation here.
If you want to enjoy the London ...
... and we took the kids to Mcdonalds before we had our lunch. You can take kids into a pub here which is very different from home. They had ice cream and we enjoyed the good ole fashion fish and chips in this award winning historical pub. I had a beer because one should always have at least one local beer. Why my body can’t handle beer is beyond me, I like the taste of it ...
... a 15 min walk) and had a drink at a pub on the river which was nice, started getting a bit cold around 730pm when we we're walking home but we are loving the daylight saving, it doesn't get dark until around 9pm which we are making the most of!. First sight of rain this morning, we will buy some much needed umbrellas today :-). Bye for now Nicola and Ben ...
... Sark Greenwich Station. Had a look at the magnificent old sailing ship that plied tea from India then wool from Australia. Had lunch looking over the Thames, this is the huge river that I expected to see. After lunch I walked up to the observatory, (a very steep hill) and stood with one foot on each side of the meridian (forgot to take a photo). The history of the workings of the observatory ...