- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... members of the Jewish community that lived in the area during the medieval period. Archeologists removed the mikveh stone by stone and reassembled it in the Jewish Museum. Camden Town is full of shops and restaurants, and we found a terrific tapas restaurant serving two for one tapas on Mondays. We had a selection of prawns, shrimp, chicken, lamb chops, octopus and salads. The kids liked it so much they ordered the shrimp ...
Last night I dreamt that Angus was riding a horse and swept in to scoop me up and carry me away... I think this place is getting to me!
We had breakfast in the huge dining room at the hotel then the girls headed off to Disneyland while Angus and I got the bags together and checked out.
Today was much more a family day than yesterday. We went on a number of rides together and I think ...
It was still drizzly as we walked back to Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese Tavern. As the oldest tavern in London it dates back to 1538 but was rebuilt in 1667 after the great fire. It is four stories high and filled with many rooms serving food and/or drinks. We chose the extra wait to eat in the room that Charles Dickens frequented and sat at his favorite seat near a coal fire.
That brought back ...
... use their toilets as we had our own pre-mixers to drink and it was better to just walk around outside anyway.
Around lunchtime we stopped and had Burger King and ran into Jess's brother.
Anyway the whole point of the drinking, singing and not holding on to the railings while on the circle line is to finally arrive at the haka. Although we got there, we sadly didn't see it happening (thousands of people) and could only just hear it.
... 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 ...