The Bell Inn Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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 ...
... parts around the bridge by the river. We walked across and took a lot of pictures! Right across the bridge was the Tower of London. It looked like a giant castle. We also decided not to tour this because of the price. Next we attempted to find some lunch close by, but it ended up being quite difficult, so we grabbed a train to head closer to the game and find food there. We found a small ma and pa shop that was cheap but ...
... seals prior to that date. The oak tree, with Kentigern's bell hanging from it, refers to a fire which Kentigern started using one of its branches. Perched on top of it is a robin which was a favourite of young Kentigern's tutor Saint Serf and which Kentigern brought back to life after jealous fellow pupils had killed it. The fish is a salmon, caught in the River Clyde by one of Kentigern's monks. The King of ...
... Cafe. Which was an interesting experience. There is a long line. You aren't allowed to sit until you've ordered. By the time you've ordered, there is a table free... it is like magic. The food is very British and reasonably priced, and delicious. Possibly the best hash browns I've ever had.
We went back to the Tate after lunch and had a lovely time wandering through the permanent collection. We were welcomed to hear a guide talk about a ...
... then back onto the tube to head back to Paddington. Back to our room for a little rest and to Trip Adviser somewhere for dinner. Found a nice Italian restaurant 'Bizzaro' and headed there for dinner and drinks. Great, noisy atmosphere with real Italians running it and great food. Great find! Another quick wander rounds the streets then back home to bed after a great day wandering around ...