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... Windsor Castle enters by the Grand Staircase and Grand Vestibule - from tourists to heads of state. On either side of the top of the magnificent staircase are two suits of armour on two huge statues of horses - an intimidating sight! Entering the Grand Vestibule, the military strength and feats of the Victorian British Empire is on full display. Swords, rifles, pikes, and pistols are hung on the walls in eye-catching patterns, and a vast array of treasures and relics from ...
What up everyone!! So sorry I wasn't able to update yesterday, but once again I have a very good reason. I'll start with Saturday. Of course, we slept late and got ready to meet up with our parents. So as soon as I was getting ready I called and texted my dad to see where they were to let them know we were ready. Well, after like an hour we still hadn't heard from them so I check their flight and see that they landed hours ago. Amy and I send them a ...
... we rode over to the Tower of London, which apparently operated as a zoo in the past, containing giraffes, leopards, primates, and a polar bear, which evidently ate straight from the Thames! The zoo enterprise went awry when a chimpanzee attacked a child because, of course, they kept all of the primates free in a room that human primates were allowed to walk through freely.
Next, we boarded a river boat with our bikes and headed back up ...
... parent, man and human-being. This is despite having their own table, slightly smaller but very comfortable seats and a great view of the countryside. Perhaps a bit noisier but so would a long undiscovered crypt have been in comparison to the refrigerated silence on the way down.
Rail carriage toilets are a delight in the main because no two are alike. On the way down the loos downstairs were roomy and utilised gallons of blue liquid to clear ...
... in to one of the world's great cities. Since then it's been a busy schedule: The London Eye, Westminster Abbey, Covent Gardens, English pubs, Tower of London (my favourite!), Nando's (a restaurant that's become a Mallon family tradition on visiting London), and then last night, Megan's first London musical, Rock of Ages. It's an awesome show. 80's power balads and a lot of humour. I definitely would recommend it to anyone. We returned to the ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking