Pennyhill Park Hotel and The Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 233;s and various cuisine dining establishments. We stopped for a coffee at a lovely little place then off again. We found Chinatown then made our way through some back streets to a pub called Coach & Horses. I had myself a Vodka, Lime and Soda and Graham had a local ale. We met a lovely chap we didn't share names but he shared some stories. We had a great time chatting with him he reminded me of Henry Higgins from the movie My Fair Lady in looks and how ...
... might I add. London really lives up to its expensive reputation, so finding sweet spots like this is worth it's weight in gold or more literally in weight of the pounds you save. We told the hostess that we would be coming back after we stuffed ourselves silly. She politely smiled and bowed with a look in her eye that said she's heard that one before, but we are dead serious. We will have an apple or energy bar for breaky and have a late lunch at the buffet (eat until the food baby ...
Arrived 6am and transfered to Presidential apts Sth.Kensington. walked and walked , visited Natural History Museum. School hols so millions of people and nobody speaks English. London is huge , crowded and incredibly busy and noisy. I enjoyed a small part of the museum before I chose to sit and wait for Joanie, who was rapt andshe will add her views now.
After just seeing a T.V. documentary on Ice Age creatures to see the skeletons and fossils ...
... copies of the gospels. It was a hit with everyone, but I guess I'm still a geek (is anyone surprised?). We had plenty of good food and a good mix. Plenty of pub food ( and an introduction to gin and bitters- thanks mom!) but some random restaurants as well. The best meal we accidentally went in the wrong door during a downpour and ended up at a fancy French restaurant instead of the pub but went with it. The beef stroganoff may have been one of ...
... Covent Gardens. Rod and I were off to the National Art Gallery! The Gallery was free with the option of a £4 donation, we paid! We decided to tackle the 18th - 20th century artists which is my area of expertise, including France, Britain and Italy including Spain and Venice. With my nose viewing Monet's "Water Lilly Pond" from 10 inches away! Seriously! Camille Pissarro! George's Seurat, "The Morning Walk", "Study of Bathers"! then "Bather's at Asnieres", and more! ...