Royal Hyde Park Hotel
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... spent doing work stuff- apparently I need to get a job if I want to earn money. Wednesday was for shopping on Oxford Street.
On Thursday I spent a couple of hours at the Imperial War Museum, which was great. The First World War and Holocaust exhibitions were put together really well. One thing that has really stood out almost everywhere I've been this trip is how poorly the ...
We left the coldish town of Stuttgart to the even colder town of London
It's the final leg of our trip and we wanted to go off with a bang. Briony got a hold of Naishy one of her Wangarratta friends who we caught up with last time in London. We set a time to be at an Indian restaurant for dinner at 6 30. We had the whole day to kill so we checked into our cool little private roomed accommodation where we were able to leave our bags in a locked room. Jumped on the ...
... to pay the hefty admittance, and Mitch didn't love the idea of going into a church. But Alex and I were very disappointed and we are trying to find another hole in our schedule to return.
A quick sandwich lunch and we caught a cab back to the Palace.
We started the tour at the Queen's Gallery - not strictly inside the Palace proper, and certainly what I knew would be of least interest to the kids. But as always, they rose to the occasion taking an interest in ...
... Of course it’s just another car, but being purpose-built and of a particular style, there was some novelty about the exercise.
Juliet had recommended to Jodie a pub that was quite nice – the Queen’s Head and Artichoke. We had a few drinks in the lounge area and then had some dinner. Sally Dallison came along – her and Jodie were the loudest of course, but great fun. Sally was Jodie’s travel mate when they went to New York while we were on ...
... Amalfi, run by Italians. Mouth-watering paella at Jamon Jamon, run by Spaniards. Having heard about the typical heavy English food, I've been surprised to see so many inexpensive, healthful options - Pret a Manger, and Eat, for example, with fresh and organic sandwiches, salads and baked goods, are everywhere. Yet I don't feel like I've gotten to know the British people. There will be time for ...