The Stafford London by Kempinski
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Wonderful staff, location, food and accomodations. The only place we stay in London.
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Jet lag! I couldn't sleep past 2:00 AM so I went down to the beautiful lobby and was given a lot of coffee and shortbread while I worked on my blog. The staff are very accomodating. After an excellent breakfast, we went to the National Portrait Gallery, which we had been to on our 2011 trip. Then lunch at the Crypt, a cafeteria across the street …
Ryan Walsh, the driver that our friend Michael had arranged for us was waiting outside baggage and took me to the Stafford where my cousins were waiting for me and having tea. Our rooms are lovely. The Stafford is very old, having been a hotel for 300 plus years. Ryan will drive us to and from the Paddington Station and Heathrow during our trip. …
A quiet day - train from Whitchurch to Waterloo was a rapid hour, and then 25 mins on the Bakerloo line found us at Queens Park. The rented apartment is perfect - close to tube and newly renovated. It was very nice of Katherine & Steve to put us up but it's SO liberating to have ...
... or burgundy with gold trims, and hanging pot and tubs of flowers - just beautiful. On the way back from Hammersmith we again sat up top in the front and from 4.30 - 5.30 enjoyed the traffic, people and amazing congestion down Oxford St. Every cloud has a silver lining. Photos are on the phone so cannot load. Found some delish wee pork pies in Sainsburys, had them with bread stick and cheese. Totally unhealthy but yum with G & Ts. Fell asleep at ...
... screaming for me to get off them. This was our last stop of the day, so it was time to head to the hotel. Once there I rubbed Donna's feet, and was very happy to get my own shoes off. We had talked about going back out to see Big Ben, and the Tower Bridge lit up after dark, but now that my shoes were off my interest was less than enthusiastic. However, we had failed to shop in London, so it was back out anyway. We settled on an underground ride ...