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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... would have to get off at the first stop, or pay a same day fare of £125. Mum promptly responded that we would take the first option. The guard kindly then communicated to us that if we found an unreserved seat, or a seat reserved from London (which meant that the passengers hadn't shown) he would let us sit there for the journey. Fortunately, we were able to locate some seats.
Along the way, our train was delayed by a slower freight ...
... Wow... This place is amazing! We spent a lot of time here reading about all the history looking at the Crown Jewels (my favourite) and all the ancient armoury. Such a historic place to visit. We also got to see the end of the changing of the guards out side of the Crown Jewels building. We still had some time in the arvo to try to find Primark. We stumbled upon busy Oxford street but ran out of time to make it to Primark as we had to get home to head out again. Friday night ...
... m&m product. All over some tiny chocolates. The characters they created also disturbed me a little. The characters are named after the colour m&m it is, but they all have slightly different personalities. Red is the smart and sassy one, Yellow is dopey, Blue is cool, and of course the two female characters are personified completely by their looks, from what I could gather Green was the pretty princess and Brown was the almost 'naughty librarian'. There's something ...
... helps us pick out buildings of significance and gives us a chance to rest our weary legs while seeing some beautiful architecture.
After the tour we stop for afternoon tea then pick up supplies for dinner and Jo and Mark's. It's a good family get together with Mark's parents popping in for a chat before we enjoy a feed of home made lasagne and garlic bread. We head back to the hotel to rest up before a big Christmas ...
... of Whitehall's Tiltyard, where tournaments (including jousting) were held in the time of Henry VII. The area has been used for a variety of reviews, parades and other ceremonies since the 17th century.
A royal guard has been kept here since 1660 when the original Guard House of the old Palace of Whitehall was on this site. The Palace of Whitehall, the largest palace in Europe at that time, was destroyed by fire in 1698 ...