Pennyhill Park Hotel and The Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... through the gardens and the royal tennis court (cross between tennis and squash) then into the castle where we did an audio tour through the great kitchens, it was amazing how much food the kings and royalty ate, they even had there own deer farms to keep them in supply of enough meat. The dinning halls were huge and each wing had different bedrooms and special rooms for entertaining people. King Henry the 8th lived here. After dad bought more ...
... Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, and Big Ben. You have to see then while you are here so we got it out of the way. There were mobs of tourists and lots of near misses of double decker busses whizzing by with American Tourists looking the wrong way when they step off the curb. Since traffic is the opposite here, Americans look left when they cross the street and then a car comes from the right and makes for some really bad accidents.
This morning we took a guided walking tour of London with a small group. We walked miles!! We saw way too many things to list everything in detail, I'd be here all day so I'm just going to short list the best bits and explain the most interesting things.
1. St. Clemens church which is the church from the famous nursery rhyme. It's in the middle of a junction. It's very pretty from the outside but the most interesting thing about this church is that ...
... sound is terrible, the screen positioning is off and there is a perpetual sense of restlessness. I did get in a few movies though, and a few half movies I gave up on. Towards the end of the flight I got talking to my neighbour, Kaitlyn. She was flying to London from Perth and was going to be staying with some friends there for a couple of months. It was good to have some company coming off the plane, someone else to weave our way through arrivals. And customs. Customs was an ...
... there: Princess Elizabeth, later Queen Elizabeth I, Sir Walter Raleigh, Sir Thomas More, William Penn, Samuel Pepys, Sir Robert Walpole. It just did not pay to upset the ruling monarch back in those days.
Tripadvisor says that you need 2-3 hours to tour the Tower. We got there around 9:45 and left about 3:30. The Bailey's like to check things in detail.
Tomorrow Joanne and I are off by train to Bruges and Melanie stays 3 more days with Colleen to see more of the city.