Radisson Blu Edwardian Leicester Square Hotel
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Travel Blogs from London
... in South America have I seen such an inhospitable landscape! and it went on and on. Arriving in London it took ages for our bags to come out, the handle on our 'cheap' Indian bag collapsed and we discussed options for getting into Central London. We thought the cost of a taxi was too much, as was £21 each for the Heathrow Express plus a further £30 taxi from Paddington Station, so we opted for the tube which costs about £6 each and ...
... of the 16th century Globe. The place could have cost £100 each to enter and we would not have been disappointed in the slightest. This is as accurate a reconstruction of an Elizabethan playhouse as has ever been attempted on this scale, with period-accurate building techniques and materials (aside from the flame-retardant thatching on the roof--can't have the place burning down like it did in 1613!) It's marvelous. We only wish that ...
... decided on the plum tart "because it's mainly fruit, you know"...LOL! So women think like that everywhere...;-)
Final collapse of the day was figuring out entry to my park...that's my apartment behind the tree and bush! All of the garden benches (all over the city) have memorial plaques and that someone had left flowers; I found that so touching.
I seriously collapsed...I think 55,000 steps since I got here is taking its toll.....
Something we have noticed in our short time here in London is that jay-walking is a bit of a pastime for Londoners. It's almost as though they pursue the endeavor with pride, or possibly they enjoy the thrill of darting across the street in front of a giant double-decker bus moving 35 mph... While D and I had lunch at a place called The Table yesterday, we watched out the window as pedestrians flocked across the street in the rain (remember, it rains every day ...
... even if I was not going to have my birthday in England. After the birthday celebrations were over, Mum and Jack headed back to the underground to go to Harrod's, and we headed to Oxford Street for some more shopping. We managed to get an England shirt for Luke and then headed to Hamley's, which is a toy store on 6 floors. Charlotte got her nails done there. Then it was on to HMV to buy some British DVDs before dinner at a nice Italian restaurant and then back home for ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility