The Royal Adelaide Hotel
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... in their pjs. After we toured around the castle we went for tea and scones in Windsor with the Wrinkleys. It doesn’t get any more English than that. After our tea party, we went to see Princess Margaret Hospital where our very own Princess Gillie was born. Gillie thinks that the hospital should be named after her. Then we went to see the P&G offices in Egham and Brooklands where Tim ...
... After an 1 1/2 cab ride we arrived at our hotel in London. Next time we will pay more for a civilized British Air flight.
This hotel we booked through Jetsetter.com, and MP was tired of comparing locations and reviews and prices so she booked a "mystery hotel". We figured it was just one night and since we haven't been to London more than one other night, we would find places to visit nearby no matter where we were in the city. Well, we ended up ...
... nearly been shot taking photographs at several border crossings in some of the shitholes I've been in around the world. And the lady guard in the Sistine Chapel, boy was she ******. And the local Jefe getting all fired up about me taking pictures when me and my brother were impounded in a warehouse on the Guatemalan border during a midnight sale of confiscated goods to local banditos. There have been many others. I'll have to think about them and get back to you.)
... you deserve.
the Boss: The hotel’s GM or resident manager should
be out in the lobby, greeting guests, talking to staff, and actively managing –
not hiding in an office far away from the action. Guests who know that the
manager is approachable and easy to find will feel secure and well cared for;
it shows that the staff members are a cohesive team with an engaged and
is Everything: ...
... up the tour so Harry Potter fans can see more about how the movies were made. We spent a few hours there....wandering between the sets that make up Hagrids Hut, Dumbledor's office, the common room and dormitory for Gryffindor but the most spectacular sets were the Great Hall (right at the beginning) and Diagon Alley towards the end. The final stop before the obligatory shop was the huge model of Hogwarts that they used in all the movies but one. It was enormous and ...