South Lodge Hotel
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... procession. Following that are the guards along with some on horses (which the kids loved)! Once they enter into the gates, it was extremely difficult to see in but you could see the tops of their crazy hats. The ceremony wrapped up about noon and we headed for a good lunch.
After naps, we went to Picadilly circus with the intention of walking around to see things and then getting dinner. The first store we went in to was ...
... ourselves a packed lunch thus avoiding overpriced food inside Petra! Rather than head straight into Petra we decided to take a walk around the area and get our bearings we also found we could stroll around the visitor centre without needing a ticket which was a nouns since we could take in a lot of information then process it overnight and not waste time in the morning....bonus! So far all was going well and we'd also had email confirmation from the Bedouin Lifestyles ...
... sombre again and visit the Holocaust display, which has had its minimum admission age raised to 14 since I was there last. It is dark, and oppressive, and haunting. People do not talk as they walk through and there is absolutely no photography allowed. We will be visiting a concentration camp later in the tour, and I think this provided ample preparation. I finally left the IWM by walking back to a different tube station and only getting slightly lost, onwards to Oxford Street to ...
Ok so jet lag is hitting me...woke up at 7:30, and just could not get out of bed, so gave myself an extra hour...definitely paid for that hour later!! But once I got out in the fresh air my body forgot it was only 6am! And now as I write this, it's almost midnight & I'm wide awake... Today was another busy day! A lot less tube & a lot more walking (and getting lost and/or sidetracked...lol). First stop? Churchill War Rooms. The station I was told to get off at ...
... and Continental breakfast and evening meals.
A place to unwind, the evening bar serving a range of alcoholic and
non-alcoholic beverages also awaits guests in a stylishly designed bar room.
located in a happening part of London, this accommodation offers a quiet and
relaxing stay with flawless style and comfort.
London Kensington is comfortable, convenient ...