Red Lion Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Oxford St with the intention to do a bit of shopping but I had lost all motivation and suddenly hit the wall so instead caught a cab back to the hostel to have a nap, and here I am.
So it is 3pm, tonight our topdeck group is meeting for dinner which will be great and we leave for Paris at 6am in the morning. Overall I love London, it is so old and beautiful the buildings are unbelievable, so much more than I thought originally. I wish ...
... it, which I guess she would have liked. Keeping in the park theme, we wandered over to Kensington Park where I had much delight in photographing squirrels. We went over to the Albert Memorial and the Royal Albert Hall before having a look at Kensington Palace, where Kate and Wills live.
Ron decided we would go to our "local" the Prince of Wales, where we had a couple of drinks and dinner. Ron had the beef and ale pie - shortcrust top and bottom - and ...
Landed in London on Saturday and had a nice ride on the London Eye.
Sunday we met with Bre & Sis at Earling Ecc. It was a lovely meeting and thoroughly enjoyed catching up with many Aussies and meeting others from the Ecc.
Monday & Tuesday were spent working - visiting stores and researching packaging, buying samples and giving away the product so I could post back the packaging. Yep, a tough job that someone had to do.
Wednesday - off to Istanbul.
... first time traveling by myself. My friend Ryan was supposed to pick me up but because of the lack of cell phone and Heathrow only allowing me 45 minutes of wifi I had to make any communication with him via imessage and fast. I waited an hour but it turned out Ryan went to the wrong airport to pick me up so just before my wifi ran out he gave me instructions on how to take London's train system to Paddington station and then take a taxi to his university. There I went again ...
... piece of architecture near St. Paul's Cathedral. This one is built on the site of a former dockyard on West India Quay by Canary Wharf on the Isle of Dogs. The building hits that sweet spot of bringing an old building to life for a new purpose and using modern touches to make the exhibits interactive.
There are three floors of exhibits, and it covers pretty much everything. Common throughout the museum is the focus ...