Royal Hyde Park Hotel
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... is full of so many fun items. When I say full (pic 10), I mean every spare corner has some interesting piece of history. The place is massive and has whole rooms that have been transported from random places (pic 11). There were at least 3 rooms I saw, maybe more.
The part I didn’t have a chance to see last time was dealing with metalwork so that’s what you’re gonna get pictures of. If you wanna see stuff from before, ...
... Well, you had
to be there, but to make a long story short, we
found a pub, a drunken waitress, a long wait for OK food, and an embarrassed
who refused to charge us!!
Saturday, Sept. 30
Full of anticipation, we caught the Tube to Waterloo Station to board
the Eurostar to Paris.
When the computer ticket I had purchased in the States would
not clear, ...
... Cathedral is near tyhsi area so I popped in and a service was going on. Caught about 10 minute's worth. Good choral music, ************e here as opposed to the Westminster Abbey service. But I'm glad I checked it out.
I ended my day with a 30 minute walk back to Bermondsey where I had a very much needed order of fish and chips from a take out place near my room. Excellent and I will go back.
... area and discovered we could view the House of Lords debate in action. For those of you that don't know, Christopher is a government geek. He loves all things political, geographical, cultural, and makes it a habit to the know the names of a ridiculous amount of domestic and foreign government officials. (He even knows the names of most senators and representatives from every state) For this particular event, he informed us that in the House of Lords a female ...
We arrived in the intriguing city of London for the final leg of our journey. We enjoyed Billy Elliot at the Victoria Palace Theatre our first evening. The next day we had great hopes to see as many of London's famous sights as possible, but we did fizzle out as the day passed due to the masses of people moving along the sidewalks and visiting the same sights as us. Our surprise and highlight of the day was seeing the queen! We walked to Buckingham Palace to see the palace, ...