No 5 Cavendish Square
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... 1088;ыбу. На десер 90; - шокол 72;дный чизке 81;к. Как начал 89;я, так и завер 96;ился серви 89; ...
... Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace and when I ended up at Marble Arch and it was still only 1:30, I jumped on a Hop On Hop Off bus and spent another couple of hours watching London go by. The parks are such a respite from the crowds and traffic!
I'm looking forward to going to bed and tomorrow meeting up with Helen to have lunch with Brian and Ruth. ...
... soon. Day one of our sight seeing involved a trip to the huge RAF (Royal Air Force) Museum which has one of the largest collection of military planes dating from the early 1900s to the present day. The display was simply amazing and it was fantastic to get up close with such famous machines including allied and German fighters, bombers like the Lancaster and the American flying fortress as well as the latest jet fighters. Baron Von Packham even managed to ...
... ready to go out with our friend Tarns, Rob, Rigby and Inara. Tarns gave us a whole lot of London presents we were so spoilt. We walked to Regents Park and played soccer and Inara had a good fitness session running around madly.
We walked past Sherlock Holmes House, you can try on hats and take photos.
We had a picnic and pizzas.
We walked to Baker St and said goodbye and took the underground home to bed.
... Russell Square. Walked around the corner and our President Hotel was at the end of the little street. Couldn't miss it because it is pink.
Room very comfortable with a view over Russell Square park, people going all directions. Roomy, comfortable bed, hot water, that's all we require.
We're off to explore after continental breakfast. More pics to follo ...