Saint Georges Hotel
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Just arrived in London from Copenhagen. Time to sit down and relax with a cool beer and some classic English pub grub. Today has been good but we are so ready to just go to sleep. More excitement tomorrow.
... The Barnes treated us to a nice Mediterranean meal at the old Firehouse across from Chris' parents place and we then headed west to Kew. For the first time Kew gardens has lit up certain parts of the gardens for a Chrismassy night time tour. It was all very pretty and it was nice to catch up with Jenny & Andrew. The little village near the station was very nice as well, we'll have to go back in the future to see the whole place in the light of day. :)
... Gothic and Baroque furnishings. Victoria made minor changes to the castle, which became the centre for royal entertainment for much of her reign. Windsor Castle was used as a refuge for the royal family during the bombing campaigns of the Second World War and survived a fire in 1992. Our next stop was the castle, with a very bloody history, home of King Henry VIII, and all of his 6 wives, and consorts. Unfortunately, they are undergoing massive re-construction right now, so where ...
... down any guilt or regret in spending money there.
My visit to Harrods was thrilling for a number of reasons. I loved seeing the christmas displays being put up mid-October enticing shoppers to get in the mood of the season, I was able to tick off my list a few of my family's requests such as a jar of lime curd, and got my first blue box at the Tiffany's within the Harrods building.
At the beginning of my world adventure, I wrote on my list to buy my very first blue ...
... she was. Anyway, I got dressed and headed out onto the streets of Southwark, which is the neighborhood where we are staying. It's pronounced "suh-thək," which is pretty ridiculous, but then "Thames" is pronounced "tehms," so what the hell... I took a little walk (in the rain, cause, well, this is London) and passed a couple of places that looked like decent breakfast eateries. One was called "The Giggling Sausage," which I find quite humorous, especially considering ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSaint Georges Hotel London
I love this hotel. The placement is perfect, just a minute walk to Oxford Circus underground station and all the shops you could dream about. The view is amazing and the rooms are clean, well organized and luxurious. The staff are great and very helpful. All in all a great place to stay, I would definitely recommend this hotel to anyone and everyone!
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