- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... our flight, we were fast asleep in our lay-flat beds. We arrived in Dubai at 05:00 and had breakfast and a shower in the First Class Emirates Lounge (Thanks Marc for having Qantas Platinum status!!). We then boarded our next flight to London on the Airbus A380. Two movies and a few beverages later, we landed safe and sound at London Heathrow Airport before being chaffered to our hotel.
We slept really well the first night but both woke up at 05:00 ...
On the plane! It's quite busy, mostly brazilians, lots talking in Portuguese about the world cup. I heard from my supervisor and all he said about Monday was wear a shirt and jeans! Found out that I'm saying in the centre of ararquara, about 30min from work. Should be good as there are a few gyms near by :) About to take off now, waiting on two more passengers, time to learn Portuguese ...
... sailed through and the roadway lowered again. I hate to think what the traffic was like behind us. Again today the crowds are huge. Everywhere you go it's like a sea of people flowing along every street, walkway and bridge. I was dreading going into the Tower but it all went quite smoothly. As we had bought tickets at the hotel we walked straight in and joined a Beefeaters tour. Of course, I came here last time but it was ...
... drama major (at a Shakespeare play...if there's a harsher hell, I can't imagine it) and her mother, who at one point, during an ill-advised discussion about international culture with the woman next to her, condescendingly implied that "American freedom" is somehow different from the "freedom" enjoyed by, oh, Britain.
Ninety minutes and 20 cancellations later, we had miraculously found ourselves at the front of the line. Which of course meant that it was time for ...
... and needed a place from which to conduct business. He was Henry VIII's principal advisor and hosted many banquets and visits. However, following Henry's divorce from his first wife, Katherine of Aragon, Wolsey fell very much out of favour with the king. So much so that he lost both his Palace and his life! Henry then took over the palace and extended and remodeled it.
Around 150 years later the palace was again extended, this time is a very different style. King William ...