Radisson Blu Edwardian Mercer Street Hotel
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Sadly, today was our last day in London, as we're off to Scotland tomorrow on the train. We've booked first class seats so hoping for a comfortable trip. For our last day, decided to go see the last places on our wish list, Skakespeare's Globe theatre and the iconic St Paul's Cathedral. As the entry into St Paul's was quite expensive, only Ian went in and Terry and I had seen ...
You would know I am sick if I came back to London and didn't go to a theatre show at the first possible opportunity...
I'm not sick.
In fact, far from it. I'd say I have a bit of an issue but I am not sick.
I went into town today, and went and saw all of the people that have been ...
... of stairs from the subway. Apparently we got off at a subway that didn’t have an escalator… just our luck. Finally we all got the study center, and a group of us went to a coffee shop called salt and peppers. After that we had a meeting in the study center and then off we were to our hotel. From there we went to Pizza express, which was a great time! It was rather hot in there, but we ...
... day. we finally went into the JP Morgan Media Centre a marvelous building on the grounds over looking the pitch where the media and broadcasters narrated and journaled the games. After our journey to Lords we went to the Octagon, the top sport industry in the world it seems like. Handling events, sponsorships and anything in between. Having some of the biggest names to game of sport and some ...
... to be consumed during the show. Jacob spoiled us by pouring us our first glass from the bottle of Prosecco I had ordered. Along with the fruit plate, and a couple of desserts, I discovered I truly loved box (loggia) seating at the theatre. We met Jacques back at the room and caught up with just what he thought of the Phantom.... This was His first time to go to theatre, and he just loved it! Well, who wouldn't, London (in my opinion), has the best theatre ...