North Hill Farm
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... as last, was the library with its beautiful proportions, frescoes, woodwork, priceless collection of over 40,000 works and globes and scientific instruments. Gijs described it as a place where Phillip II convened his think tank. We entered the site as a group from the back near the library entrance rather than the main entrance near King's apartments so avoided the crowds and were the only people in the library. That was ...
... to me) bottle of white wine, matching the cheese fondue, and rostis -- we giggled our way through the memory of our day, from Jacques getting us to the airport, to the horrid girl at the check in counter, the chef on the plane, to the 45 + minutes border control wait, the "horrid room #148", to this remarkable cheese fondue and spoiling by Paola (Romanian) A full day, and land-filled adventure with Marina. Blessings to all. I am two hours closer to home. ...
... 170!!!!!! Ouch! But it looks really good. Lunch is leftovers and salad. After lunch we all had a rest in preparation for the evening. We are going to Skye Gyngell's new place Spring at Somerset House. We set off for the train at 5.30 and arrive for our 6.30 sitting. Spring is very light and pretty and very elegant. The tablecloths and serviettes are pure linen and the service is friendly, unobtrusive but attentive. We decide on mains and dessert. ...
... CALLED Ye olde Cheshire cheese, for f*cks sake!" After dinner, we took the tube and got off to find some ice cream, which we did, after we saw a very nice little garden. We ended up back at Trafalgar Square somehow, and easily took the tube home from there. We packed up to get ready to say goodbye to London tomorrow! I have found the people here all super nice and polite, and it is really really fun to speak in an english accent. Everything just sounds a little ...
... getting crazy into it as if they were at a full on Beatles concert back in the day. We also went on the London eye, over priced but amazing views and then the London dungeons after that. The dungeons is like a walking show or tour through history. It was strange but cool and interesting and all of the staff are in character the whole time and treat you like a traitor so it ended (spoiler alert) by us getting hung (sitting in a seat and ...