Premier Inn Stevenage North
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... nicer sitting here beside the river. Sustained, we amble on towards London Bridge passing the old Billingsgate Market on the way. Fish was sold here until the market moved to the Isle of Dogs in 1982. Up top, the goldfish weather vanes glitter in the sunshine. On the opposite bank the majestic HMS Belfast which helped to sink Scharnhorst in WW2 is moored. She is now yet another expensive tourist attraction. It's almost 1.30pm and we have arrived at ...
... in about the size of a typical kitchen and dining room, literally just enough room to walk through, no space for bags or anything. The beds were 3 bunks high and when sleeping, both your head and toes would touch the top and bottom. 1 small window in the room was as useful as a picture of a window on the wall. The showers were gender separated but were a large tiled room with about 10 match box size showers separated with old curtains and a long drain ...
Left hotel about 9.30 and as it was a fine day decided to go see changing of the guards at Buckingham Palace along with hundreds of others. Police everywhere controlling the crowd.eventually got a spot so we saw the guards arriving and then moved to in front of the gates eventually and got some photos. People mostly Europeans and very arrogant pushy etc etc. After that walked around by St James Palace and then on ...
... occupied castle in the world. It will takes about 3 hours to tour the whole castle. Don't miss the changing of guards at 11.30 am. If you have enough time, do take a walk outside of the castle as there are many nice shopping arcades around as well. I would recommend to spent at least half a day in Windsor before heading back to London City. Take the same bus where u alight from back to Terminal 5 and take the underground Tube to the city. It will ...
... they are only available for viewing in late spring. =-( But we did see the prequel to their existence.
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What we didn't realize was that there was a chain reaction of bad air that caused the normally "ok" tube tunnel air to not be as ventilated as usual.(The tube system that we used for at least 3 hours on that day.) ...