Seven Dials Hotel
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What a wet and miserable looking morning today was. We woke to grey skies and light drizzle, but it is London after all, so we were expecting some poor weather. Undeterred, we ventured out with our first stop today at Westminster Catholic Cathedral. The Cathedral is the largest Catholic Church in England and Wales however is relatively new as it was consecrated in 1910 just over 100 years ago. None the less it is still a remarkable building built in ...
... life we walked of with 1 bag each which had our whole life in for 6 months. That was that, it was time to get this party started! 5 hours later we where still sitting at the airport waiting to fly. We went full out for dinner, the classic Fish and Chips followed by a chocolate brownie each. At 10pm we where ready to fly. Thinking it was a ...
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Well what a day! Up the easiest of any day on our holiday so far! Yes all but one wide awake at about 04:00 and talking. Had showers and met everyone in the restaurant for the included breakfast, typical Hilton spread so we won't be hungry, that's for sure. I booked the "Original London Tour" for 48 hours with the Concierge and obtained directions to bus pick up point. So now organised for the day. All had a ...
... night was in full swing. We were served by the lovely Nadine who remembered us from our last visit.
The food was delicious and all with gluten free options. I had the fish and chips and Greg had a wagyu beef burger, which he described as a masterpiece.
We walked home in the chill air, it was then first time we felt the evening cool during our entire stay in London.