No. 13 Half Moon Street
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 308.45) per night which in fact
is very cheap for its location. The hotel included many additions, which school
groups would love, such as free WiFi and
free continental breakfast. The down side was the mammoth stairs, with no lift,
and heavy luggage. The hotel mixes traditional style with modern comforts. The
... by 5 million visitors during its exhibition. We silently reflected on the somber tableau before making a donation in exchange for a poppy pin.
With our poppies proudly displayed, we headed in the direction of a tucked away pub we spotted earlier. Rufio and I remembered walking past The Ship on our last trip, so decidely it deserved our patronage this time. Midway through our first round of Nicholsons Pale Ales the ...
... a few classes together before she left LA for Pennsylvania for work. She met her French hubby Sebastien there, and the two of them transferred their jobs to London, where they've for almost two years. Lissa told me that Open London was going on that weekend - buildings that are not normally open to the public become accessible for the weekend. She had said they wanted to go up the Gherkin building - a skyscraper in the financial district of London and one of ...
... to wall curry houses and other Indian establishments, it’s where you
go to eat curry in London.
The market had mostly clothes and “stuff’, so we were not tempted, and made our
way to South Kensington and visited the
V&A (Victoria and Albert Museum). It is dauntingly huge, so we looked at
I'm exhausted! Yesterday was our biggest day out since starting this adventure and there are a few lessons to be learnt: 1) Old cities have old streets and you need a decent pair of shoes- nearly went over on my ankle too many times to count; 2) It is probably expecting too much of oneself and one's family to walk over ten kilometres in one day; 3) A sunny 25degC day in London feels over 30degC when you are walking over ten kilometres; 4) There are ...