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... average mileage was 13 miles per day at 1.8 mph. Our shortest day was today at just over 5 hours. These statistics include all breaks, rest stops and lunches (I never paused the track recording). We are washing clothes and preparing for the next part of the adventure. We had a nice walk on the final day, with a picnic lunch on Round Hill in tall grasses. We ate the remainder of our food. We reached the outskirts of Bath and then did a few more hills around the city avoiding the ...
... a few times as they were in town. We had dinner which was nice and caught up, and Jess came bearing gifts-Baked Beans and Anti Dandruff shampoo! I am always excited to see people who are over here, especially my good friends. I took a day off and toured Hampton Court with them which was very interesting. Hampton Court is one of the oldest places you can tour in London. It is the place Henry the 8th lived and really gave a good insight into life ...
After the market, we had a bubble drink which is flavoured ice tea with bubbled flavours and tapioca balls in it. It was hard to suck them up with your straw but was very nice to drink. You have to slowly suck them up or they may choke you…well that’s what I felt would happen if I drank too quickly! Then we headed to the Maple Leaf bar I usually go to Canadian meet ups at and we had some food and drinks since it was only 5pm and we ...
... and we also got our hair and makeup and accessories quickly done haha) and Nick was a soldier with a sword. It was expensive but really fun! After that we were contemplating doing the Tower of London or abbey road but we decided to go back to Nicks hotel so he could get a jacket and we could use the internet to contact Kyle (who was home sick) to see if Amanda should wait to do the Tower of London. On our way to ...
... do it, as well as some cool shots that looks like we are all hanging off a ledge. There was one scary moment where one of the guys tripped and grabbed me by instinct. We were no more than a meter away from a 100 meter drop to certain death. Not the best kind of adrenalin! After getting our fill of dangerous snaps we headed back down to continue our tour, taking in a view of a few seals basking on some rocks, some white goats, and a scared little calf who ran away when our bus ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Searcy's Roof Garden Rooms London
Great welcome from Demetrios, fantastic location. Room good, needs up dating a bit, but for the money what esle would you expect. Staff excellant and fab breakfast incldued. Couldn't have asked for more.
Thank you for your kind words.
I understand what you mean about updating a bit and I am glad to say that we have purchased brand new furniture for all bedrooms. I am also planning a painting programme this August and hopefully installation of new flat screen TVs come September.
I trust you will enjoy your stays with us even more in the future.
Searcys Roof Garden Rooms
I really enjoyed my stay at Searcy's. The rooms represented great value for money, being both clean and comfortable and the location would be hard to beat. The staff were incredibly welcoming and helpful. My friend and I arrived later than planned and there was no time to go out for lunch before getting ready to leave for our evening event. The hotel provided a light snack in our room at a moment's notice. I will certainly stay again. Thank you Dmitri and Iwona - it's good to know that hospitality is still alive and well.
I arrived and was escorted to my room having been informed by the Manager that my room had been upgraded. What a pleasant way to commence a rapport!
I was curious to see what recent reviews might have been written about Searcy's in the years after we stayed there. My wife and two younger children stayed there a few years ago on the recommendation of a friend (who had stayed there years earlier), and we were pleased in some ways, but very unhappy in others.
We had real problems booking a hotel for mid-week end of July - right in the midst of the Tourist Season. This was one of the only available hotels.
Excellent Value for the Location
The very quiet location behind Harrod's cannot be beat; the room was nicely decorated and well-priced by London standards; the breakfast included in the room rate outstanding. All the staff were pleasant and helpful.