The Royal Adelaide Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Occasionally items scheduled for the Grand Tour just don’t work out. Such was the case with Highclere Castle, the setting for Downton Abbey, the smash hit (we love it, therefore it’s a smash hit) PBS series on the English upstairs – downstairs social and cultural dichotomy of the early to mid-early 1900s. We'd been talking about it for months, like no other site we planned to visit. We learned of its closing for filming for the upcoming ...
... seats. (We didn't either). So we sat in first class with Justin, who was quite hung over and very funny. The ride took 30 mins and we arrived in Victoria station. After arriving at our hotel we took a shower in our really cool room. Our plan was to stay up all day and take a bus tour of the city. We took a double decker bus and a trip to see the highlights of the city. I was nodding off looking ...
... that will shortly change with a night out on the town in Glasgow ahead of us. Family harmony has been well ahead of planning which is very surprising considering the amount of sleep we all had. Hopefully this is a good omen for the rest of the trip.
Jesse's reflections on London are as follows :
What do you think of London? - It is great.
What do you like about it - The lift that goes straight into our ...
... during the TSA check. I googled supplies and accessories for his Respirionics machine but of course it was already after 10 at night and it seemed best to wait till the next day. Of course, I stressed all night and didn't sleep well. As Margie would attest, it's much more stressful to worry about someone else than about yourself. I also worried everytime anyone in the plane or restaurant sneezed or coughed near him. He's been let out of his ...
... to take photos inside. I was quietly pleased when I went into one the State Apartment rooms to listen to the story of the restoration of the building after the fire in 1992. I would like to have told someone that one of the six gifted artisans whose job it was to rebuild the roof and other features in that great room, was a friend of mine, Ronnie Sexton. It really personalised the experience for me. I must make a point of telling Ronnie of that moment when next I see ...