The Red Lion Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... next counter who was a kiwi. As we passed through all the various security points and wandered through duty free the boys received numerous positive comments on both their Chelsea strips. We boarded our flight just after 5.30pm only to be told that due to poor weather there would be at least a 30min delay to our departure. We finally took off just after 7pm. It was a fairly uneventful flight with everyone ...
... had several honorary degrees from the top colleges in the country. It is estimated that he gave away the equivalent of over a billion dollars in today's money. His only extravagance was an annual cruise of several months to Australia. You have to admire someone who was so generous to the community he lived in. The house and grounds are small enough we have time to see another place this afternoon.
We head ...
... come and vacation on the river for over a hundred years. It’s a busy, touristy town with lots of shops, restaurants, coffee and tea shops, boats for hire, etc. It’s right on the Thames path so there’s a paved walkway along the river. Boats are moored all along the path and we see everything from punts, to house boats, barges and motor boats of every size and shape. The day is cool and cloudy but the river and ...
... pulled by horses. Again we see the Queen, Prince Phillip, Kate and Camilla. Charles and William are not seen on the route, only in the enclosures. Later there is a flyover of helicopters, planes and jets. Just as the parade ends it begins to rain. It hasn’t been warm but this is too much. We quickly head to a Café for a sandwich and a warm dry seat.
After lunch we walk ...
... artwork. The church is huge and richly decorated and painted. It also boasts a dome that reaches high into the London skyline. The highest part was closed but we were able to walk up about 400 steps to the outside ring that gives 360 degree views of the city. It was cold and very high but the view was worth the steps. Then we went down to the crypts, weirdly packed with people to see the tomb of the Duke of Wellington. While walking around the cathedral we ...