So Hyde Park Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... was cool (huge Egyptian section didn't help). Rosetta Stone, the frieze of the Parthenon, it went on and on. Almost overwhelming, we could have spent days. We didn't have a chance to leave prior to the next stop, so we ate lunch at British Museum and then went down to the Imperial War Museum. The IMW was pretty far south and so it was a hike but was good. I think we all were surprised at its size, as ...
... this as you got to see the city from a different perspective. We then headed back on foot along Piccadilly towards Hyde Park, where we picked up the bus again to take us back to our hotel at Bayswater. It was cold but sunny by this time so we were able to see the sights from the top deck of the bus. We got back to our room at about 5:00 pm, absolutely exhausted. So it was quite an effort to leave again to get dinner, but ...
After another 20hr travel stint I arrived in sunny, yes sunny, London at 12noon and after a thorough grilling by the Heathrow immigration team I was ready to commence my European adventures. I jumped on the tube and headed for my new home for the next little while. As i exited the train at Gloucester Road I knew I had picked a good part of London to spend the next few days. Tree lined streets of beautiful old building as far as the eye could see. I made my way up Queens Gate ...
... is simpler and hopefully easier on the feet.
Day 3: March 9
For my last day in London with the family, we went to Greenwich. It really makes me appreciate the transportation system that they have in London because it is so extremely easy to find your way around, even when you have no idea where you are going. In Greenwich we stopped at the Royal Observatory first. It was small, but very interesting and if you are a person interesting in astronomy and such, it's a ...
... something I need to get used to, but it just doesn't leave you will that gloggy feeling that milk sometimes does.
I got talking to the guy who was working there. A young chap who knew far too much about milk. In a good way. Turns out that it is a family run farm down near the coast and he was the one milking the cows in the morning. I think that is so neat!
I made my way ...