Ormonde House Hotel
Travel Blogs from London
... bag. After taking in some adorable architecture, I found the Portobello Road Market- another lively market filled with vintage finds. I started to head back to the tube station, but stopped for dinner at Pizza Express where I enjoyed a nice, legal Cider and a British mother teaching her adorable, twin 7-year-olds about Charles Dickens and Queen Victoria. Rather than taking the tube back to Evelyn Gardens, I decided I would walk by way ...
... words and phrases have
different meanings than in Australia), the culture etc. And of course I love catching up with my other ‘family’ – the closest, best friends anyone could ask for, especially when living away from home.
Not that much has changed in London I don’t think, well from the outside anyway, but I do have to note that the customer service has improved greatly! There are debates about what this comes down to, ...
... on Stonehenge). In the say 30mins I was walking around Stonehenge I took a total of 63 photos. So I will ensure I have put up a random bunch of them for you to have a look at. When we left Stonehenge it was amazing to see how many cars would slow down to drive by slowly to take more photos. There were also a lot of large mounds around Stonehenge and in farms around this area as well. Bus Driver Annie informed us that these were called a ...
... maze in the afternoon.
Earlier in the year we applied to attend an ashes game at Lords and we were successful in the ballot! This means we had two wonderful seats for the fourth day of the second ashes test. The night before the game we had been at a great work BBQ so were a little bit worse for wear with our 3.30am arrival home… however the day was still fantastic! We had seats that were right on the field and whilst a tiny portion of the field ...
... they were outlawed in 1666
following the Great Fire). Three
years ago, I had been thirty minutes too late to enjoy a tour. As fate would have it, this year again,
I missed the tour by a mere 15 minutes.
I arrived at 4:30, and even though the literature said it was open until
5pm, the tour portion ends prior to that.
As a result, I was allowed only to go through the museum portion of the
structure, and the theatre was off limits. It was ...