The Stafford London by Kempinski
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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. …
... Wednesday. We moved onto the V&A Museum - had lunch in he beautiful rooms decorated by William Morris and then I got sucked in by the jewellery display. The amount of bling in that room would overwhelm any cat burglar, I think I'm still a little blind from the dazzle of the diamonds. Tomorrow we pick up our car and head off on the next leg of our journey to Salisbury via Windsor ...
... We now had to catch a train to Clapham Junction and join a bus there. Okay no big deal. Jump off at Clapham Station to find the same people responsible for organising the lifeboats on the Titanic had been handed the responsibility for organising the busses. The busses were double parked and a sea of stranded travellers urged towards each bus as it arrived, only to have their hopes dashed when the bus driver advised: “No I’m ...
... br> The weather was changing back and forth between sun and rain - it is London after all. But now it was time for the tour. It took about an hour, and the guide was actually quite amusing. I would def recommend - and if there are kids along, they would enjoy it. Learning about life on the ships back then - you wonder how anyone survived between the rancid food, the lack of hygiene, living below decks with ...