Quality Hotel St. Albans
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... is a covered shopping arcade in London that runs behind Bond Street from Piccadilly through to Burlington Gardens. It is one of the precursors of the mid-19th-century European shopping gallery and the modern shopping centre. Burlington Arcade is a truly timeless destination in the heart of Mayfair, an iconic runway uniting Piccadilly and Bond Street. We each made "the walk" down this magnificent arcade, drooling in front of each window, and getting ...
It was another sunny day so we headed off early to see more London sights. First stop was the Princess Di Memorial playground. We were first in line when it opened at 10am and we had a great time playing and exploring. After that we walked through Kensington Gardens and past Kensington Palace towards the Royal Albert Hall. Dad said that all kinds of shows were on there ...
... the tour in a couple of hours and off to find a pub for lunch. Plenty of pubs to choose from and we ended up in the Horse and Groom. Stuart thought the name was apt haha. Lunch was a beef and ale pie with veggies and was just delicious. Stuart was happy because they also had cold beer! Which was a good thing considering today was the hottest day in England this year. 28c and the Poms are feeling it. I am too to be honest. Hoped on the train home and ...
... London. I found the exhibits from the 19th century onwards particularly interesting. I will probably go back to have another look! Yesterday Craig took me over to the East End of London. It was an interesting area to see. Over the years there has been a vast number of migrants move into the area. Right next door to this area is the Royal London Hospital. The new building is brand new. 17 stories high and twice the capacity of The Alfred Hospital. I had a look around ...
... never had much before), as was the sneezing. Not one cold in my life has been full of sneezing, but this one is getting plain annoying! All are on tissue alert in case a sneeze triggers the inevitable, Eva being very generous with her Aunty Butt travel-stash.
We then had to walk and walk and walk through Gatwick, it felt like we'd get close to the Thames before getting out of the place. We scored a chatty Customs ...