Red Lion Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... say goodbye to London and this lovely culture where people are friendly and polite and of course their accents just make everything sound so much nicer! As I write this we are watching the news here and it is just heartbreaking to watch the interviews of the British families who have lost loved ones in the plane crash. Our hearts and prayers are with them all. xo from London.....see you all in ...
Off again on Barclay bikes ... across Parliament square for the second time and over to the South Bank. I bit less crowed but a day without rain was a bonus.
Went to the Tate Modern gallery ... it's housed in an old coal fired power station - imagine Manapouri power station turned into a Museum and you get some idea of the size. Interesting, but ...
... look like a little music box just about several hundred pounds larger and a mile range louder. Afterwards we went to meet the ringers at the local pub and it also happened to be St. George’s Day. He’s a saint and knight who killed dragons supposedly. I haven’t learned his whole story yet, but he does have the red and white flag attributed to him that also represent England and so the tables of the pub were covered in red and ...
Six days in London went by in a flash - they say the busier you are the quicker the time goes - and we sure have been busy with very full days. Our first day arriving into London early in the morning resulted in an extraordinarily long day as the first day anywhere new usually is. Top that off with a night where I slept very little, with my body clock obviously still on Australian time, and the hours seemed interminable. However, no better place than a big city ...
... legend again, closer to Christmas.
The Melting Pot
The Roman Empire too was a melting pot, drawing citizens as well as emperors from across the Empire.
Emperor Hadrian, famous architect of the wall facing the Picts and Scots in northern Britain was Spanish by birth and Emperor Constantine, the first official Christian Emperor of Rome was crowned in Britannia.