The Bell Inn Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... close to the city centre. Nicky was home from work and we changed and went to meet Geoff, Liz and Ray, and cousins Ellie, Joe and SJ at Waterloo - we had a very jolly dinner with lots of wine, delicious pub food and of course lots of laughs. As we caught the late tube home I wondered how Geoff and I would manage the 5am start in the morning for our trip to Belfast to meet up with Sarah, Andrew and ...
... a lot of the history behind all of the sights. Reminded me how much stuff I forgot that I learned in school. It was a quick tour but very informative. The tour ended at 2 and we still had the Tower of London and The British Museum to hit. Both had 6pm closing times so we were in a huge rush. Skipping lunch, we briskly walk to the underground and catch a train to Tower Hill, where the Tower of London is. We each fork up £21 to get in but it was a must see. ...
... Harry Nickels. Learned you can literally buy anything at Harrod's; a woman recently bought her significant other a helicopter and had it wrapped and delivered to their home (Sorry, Bry...figured we can't buy without a helicopter/pilots license ;))! Harry Nickels has a local art academy decorate with new store fronts each week to keep it constantly updated and seasonally appropriate. Also drove past one the oldest Catholic Churches in town, and Fullers Brewery. Upon arriving ...
... see the abbey so will go back another day I was totally awe struck by the buildings, architecture and history, lots and lots of walking and becoming an old hand on the underground trains. Our afternoon was spent having an afternoon tea cruise on the thames, very nice and tonight we are gong to meet friends that Andrew lived with in london over 30 years ago. Day three , hampton court palace , the ...
We said more goodbyes after a lovely evening at Paul's Nan's. Paul's Auntie Kerry had made us an incredible cake, decorated with a map of Australia complete with giant icing kangaroo, surf board and angel fish. The only problem was the sea was painted with blue dye that stained everyone's fingers, lips and ...