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TravelPod Member ReviewsOpulence Hotel London
We mentioned that we are traveling on our honeymoon and they upgraded us to a suite. The desk clerk carried our luggage up the stairs into the Buckingham Suite. The room is a charming mix of tapestries, quaint wall art, a marble floored seating area and fireplace (albeit not a working one) complete with flatscreen TV and in-room wifi (for purchase). The room is a little chilly, but otherwise very comfortable, clean and well located away from the city hustle and bustle but close to the tube and many cute restaurants, pubs and cafes.
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... The soverigns sceptre has the enormous 530.2 carat diamond known as the Great Star of Africa which remains the largest colourless cut diamond in the world. They also had a display show casing all the plates and jugs used for the banquet after the coronation.
Next we headed to the torture chambers which had images of some of the horrible methods of torture and execution used. They had an image of the wall from one of the room used to ...
... of course there are a couple of shops which visitors are funnelled through at the exits, so it's likely that many will be spending at least a few pounds before they leave the museum.
I started at the First World War experience on the bottom floor,which I thought was very interesting and well done. The audio-visual displays covered the background of the war and the various power blocks that were formed, such as the British / French / Russian alliances and ...
The journey started at a leisurely 3pm, so after a morning of house-tidying and mum worrying we set off and breezed past Taunton with relative ease. Hitting a myriad of traffic jams and roadworks it took us about 4 hours to finally reach Heathrow and Terminal 5. Finding the hotel proved troublesome to the tune of about 20 ...
... before 1730 rendezvous plans. Tended to email and whatnot plus a quick shower. It was very hot in England, certainly so by local standards.
Down to the Thyme Restaurant where Ray got some drinks and then out came my India book for a dedication, the 1703 rum following soon thereafter. Just had it with ice as coke would spoil it. Lots of yapping re the India trip and travel in general. We drank until the 1915 dinner.
... centre along the M5 where we used the facilities and had a coffee. I was very good in not seeking something to nibble on while drinking (which is the norm for me). We then changed drivers and Bob drove through to our hotel in Hammersmith Fulham, arriving just after 2pm. We had travelled further along the M5 till it branched northward toward Cornwall and looped on to the M4 which we ended about 5 - 10 minutes from our destination. Bob parked ...