Nottingham Place Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... 1:45am and not 12:45am as I'd thought. Certainly hoping for less jet lag tonight!
We decided it might be nice to travel in to Covent Garden to find lunch, and after a short bus ride and a walk around the market area we settled on a little pub called The White Lion. The beer went down well in this warm weather and took my mind off the claustrophobic feeling I get when you know the windows haven't been opened for decades. Great in cold weather but ...
... of Whitby, reputedly the oldest pub in London, enjoying a pint as we surveyed the river, musing at its history and colourful past.
All this we enjoyed on our first week in mainly glorious weather. So when Laura suggested a day trip Brighton, that iconic English seaside resort famous for its pier, amusement arcades and Brighton Rock as well as being the site of clashes between mods and rockers in the 1960s and the ...
No this is not a Cosmo article people! Pete was just extra happy today because our first stop was the Emirates Stadium home of the Arsenal Gunners Football Club (i.e. soccer for all the Americans). They have stadium tours every day, no reservations needed. Just show up and pay £20 per person and they'll hand over headphones and a audio device for the self-guided tour. We were able to visit the players ...
... The pasty is nothing to write home about either (though we did!). The English need to step up their unhealthy food game (quality-wise, not quantity). If we're eating unhealthy, we expect it to be delicious (and cheap) -- see Taco Bell... We stopped in a shop for a scone, jam and clotted cream -- which pretty much exactly resembled a southern-style biscuit with butter and jelly. Delicious, but not exactly new or refined. Didn't have enough time ...
... us. The church was originally built in 1894 (so would have been very new when my grandmother was christened there), has no foundations, and originally had plain windows to allow in as much light as possible and these were replaced with coloured lead lights after World War II when the church was extensively damaged by a bomb dropped very close by. Of course, in 1894 there was no heating in the church and there were only four gas lights, ...