Sanctum Soho Hotel
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... Sightseeing with my parents proved to be more challenging and more relaxing than had we been solo. Normally we'd walk or take the tube everywhere, but my parents are more sophisticated than that, so we took taxis like proper English gentlemen instead. After our initial rookie mistake of voluntarily taking two cabs at doubling the considerable cost to cross London, we became expert taxi flaggers, and Sam perfected the subtle art of getting six people into ...
... 8217;s squad (‘veterans’!) and recently competed in 2 regattas. These were the 2014 Vesta Veteran’s Head of the River, about 4.2 kms on the Thames Tideway and more recently the British Masters Rowing Championships held at Nottingham. We were unsuccessful in placing at both events, coming up against hand picked composite crews unfortunately. However, the experience was fabulous and I have thoroughly enjoyed rowing on ...
... Dan rushed off to catch his train home and we headed in the other direction for our flat. Zach has come down with a sore throat as he is still waking up early. We're hoping the Lemsip he took will knock him out tonight.
I believe the plan tomorrow is to go see the British Museum and I'd like to do a little browsing in the shops if my feet can handle all that. We've been walking quite a bit over the last week and we're starting to feel it!
Time for bed now though.. good night!
... the beer here lukewarm? I am sure this is a question for the ages.
For our anniversary, we had dinner at Heston Blumenthal’s restaurant “Dinner” in Knightsbridge. It is the first time I have eaten at a restaurant which has a coveted Michelin star. It was absolutely amazing and worth every dollar. Our reservation was at 9pm (the earliest we could get even after we booked 3 months in advance, and it was a Tuesday) and we didn’t leave till ...
... palace, where we were lucky enough to see the changing of the guard. Home via the **** fight that is the peak hour tube, which was an experience in itself, and got ready for a leisurely stroll around shoreditch/hackney for something to eat. Wandered not too far from the main roundabout to have some nice sth Indian, and onto the Eagle to greet the perpetually whiney bar staff, along with Kate, Birchy, liv, cheeks and rors. Couple beers and of home for the early start to ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSanctum Soho Hotel London
Service from when we arrived, the moment they upgraded us and everything in between was fantastic. Excellent location and great value.
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