Regency House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Spacious rooms with good room service, friendly staff, amazing food, nice location
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... trip I didn't get lost and end up in a dodgy part of town. I also didn't go into Harrods, I still think it's one of the tackiest, overpriced shops I've ever seen and I struggle to understand why people are so desperate to buy anything from there just to own an ugly green and gold carrier bag. Back at the hotel a few hours later and a much perkier Paul decided he was fit and well and raring to go just a ...
... br> Back onboard our tour bus, we pass the Royal Albert Hall opened by Queen Victoria in 1871 in memory of her husband Prince Albert.
An impressive round structure with seating for over 5,000 patrons it is the pinnacle of entertainment today... The current Royal family have their own "sitting room" and "box" in which to view performances.
Night time quickly descends around 4pm .. The ...
... can only surmise that it symbolized "truth is the first casualty of war".
Ok, Greg's thoughts in a paragraph.
We have visited the Australian War Museum in Canberra and the Imperial War Museum in London. Without appearing to be too jingoistic we honestly think the that the Australian War Museum shows far more historical discipline, with original items well labeled.
The Australian historian Charles Bean collected a uniform spattered ...
Tonight we went to see the Lion King at Lyceum Theatre in Covent Gardens. Before the show we had italian for dinner at a place down the road from our hotel. The show was amaze balls. Its hard to describe but they use maks or puppets as costumes. And the parts of the animals are mechanical. I think my favourites were definitely Timone and Pumba and the hyenas. Ant's favourite was Scar. Some of the singers had amazing voices ...
... from, naturally year 6s get it straight away but the little ones always guess Africa first! It's very cute and it always ends in "Miss tell me about kangaroos". I've just accepted a year 5 position at a school near Notting Hill, which is a trek for me being in South London but the pay is amazing and we'll see how I go. Nice to come back to something after my holiday as apparently supply work is pretty dead at the start of the school year (which is September 1st). So ...