St Michael's Manor Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
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We met David, Ellie, Ellie's brother Joe and his partner at 7.00pm at the Alma Arms pub for drinks and dinner. Although it was a pub it had a great restaurant, not traditional English pub food. The food was excellent. We were pretty tired by the time we got back home.
The rest of the week we spent back on the tourist trail.
We walked around Kensington Palace and Kensington Gardens. No Royals to be seen but we did see one of the ...
Went and checked out Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, The London eye, London Bridge and the Tower of London today on remembrance day. Talk about a Busy day! But it was awesome. Westminster Abbey was perfect, I wish they allowed people to take photos inside, The tombs of all the royals for everyone to see was incredible!!! Henry vii to Elizabeth I and Mary queen of Scots, perfect absolutely perfect! ...
... freaking London at freaking rush hour!!!!!!!! that took some serious concentration...and I thing I made the BBC news as there were briefcases flying through the air by the time I was done. So many suits wandering around ya well I owned that part of London by the time I went through.....heck I might of made BBC news...LOL.....well eventually I found me hotel...and let me say...that was not easy. So much filtering....and narrow lanes. I am now the filtering ...
... was a huge two decker but ours, City Alpha was older and smaller and only a single deck. Both boats were packed before they left the pier.
At a slightly more leisurely pace on the South Bank; HMS Belfast, The S************ Bridge, Southwark Bridge, The Cutty Sark, Shakespeare's Globe, The Tate, Millennium Footbridge, Blackfriars' Bridges, the OXO Tower, The Royal National Theater, Waterloo ...
Today was our first day on the road, and our first stop was St Albans: a market town which is steeped in Roman history. The first town was established here in AD43! We spent a fascinating couple of hours in a museum dedicated to Roman times, which contained heaps of artefacts excavated in the area over the years, including 5 enormous floor mosaics which ...