Paddington Court Rooms
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... Brits definitely love Winston Churchill. I've never seen so many statues and paintings of this man ever. Of course, Princess Diana was there and the Duchess of Cambridge as well. Gah, I just love the Royals.
Finally, I made it to Trafalgar Square, but there were so many people that I just got overwhelmed and found a back street with less people. I didn't even get a chance to go see the Lions or take a picture of the big statue. So walking through Leicester Square, I ...
... 1703. It was designed by William Winde. A dramatic restructuring of the house began in 1762. It escalated in the 19th Century under the influence of the architect John Nash, who set about turning the house into a palace and it was down to the preferences of George IV that the external fašade had such a ...
... From there we took the Big Bus tour around London and saw MANY things; Big Ben (that's the name of the bell inside the tower!), Houses of Parliament, Piccadilly Square, Cleopatra's Needle, the Eye (giant ferris wheel thing), Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, Kensington Palace, Green Park- so named because there are no flowers or flower beds there for fear of digging up some of the inhabitants, and various parts ...
... home for Sunday dinner next week so we'll have a chance to get to know her and her husband better. We're looking forward to it.
We've settled in after visiting the local market for food and a trip to find a new HDMI cable because we left the last one plugged into the TV in Dubrovnik. We have English language TV now, a real treat after two months of not understanding a word on the TV. We need our HDMI cable so we ...
... had another continental brekky arhhh then changed hotels to burns hotel which was about 300m down the road this is our pre tour hotel WOOHOO then caught the underground to Piccadilly Circus and went shopping got a few bargains there is a place called Primark it's cotton on but better and way bigger tees just £1.80 bargin haha we got the underground to Waterloo which is right near the London eye where we pre ...