The Bell Inn Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Today we caught a train down to Portsmouth, on the south coast of England. Here there is a famous dockyard that was home to the famous sea captain Nelson's ship, the Victory. It is also the last resting place of the wreck of the Mary Rose, a ship that was built under the reign of Henry VIII. We had a tour on the victory by a gentleman who had about as much personality as a cucumber. It ...
... Tuesday, 16th Dec To make sure we weren't late for our 10:30 entry to HP World, we left our apartment at 7:30am and walked and trained to Watford Junction, home of Universal Studios. Arrived at 8:45! Breakfasted. Caught the special HP bus and were greeted by the Burkes. Abbie's best friend, Lucy, and family are in London on route to Ireland. We had the most wonderful day together. Harry Potter World is amazing. We had the ...
... All in various uniforms, but all in some kind of a uniform. There's an exhibition in the Darwin Center called "Cocoon". I just wanted to see some butterflies. It was terrifying. They had over 17 million anthropological specimens of little creatures that I did not want to see! My legs were shaking from the moment I entered the center, and turned straight back to the elevator, haha. It was a 10 minute walk over to Harrods, the famous department store. I have fond childhood memories ...
... all met up after in a really cool ally on Carnaby St by Liberty and ducked into the Shakespeare's head pub for a pint and to watch the England / Estonia soccer match. Mike had his bets on.
Great day again hanging out with the cousins and their clan.
... highlights of my day was actually standing on and seeing places where Anne Boleyn, Henry VIII and the current Queen had once been. Amazing! On the way in we took pictures of an art installation outside the tower, commemorating 100 years since WWI and the loss of British lives. The artists vision was to see a 'river of blood' pouring from the tower using approx ...