- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... time, but it was cool nonetheless. On the way to our next park we passed the Sherlock Holmes Museum and stopped in to take a look. Then we made it to Hyde Park, one of the largest parks in London. This park was amazing with tons of green space, a lagoon, and a memorial to Princess Diana. Also, next to this park is Kensington Palace - home to Prince William and Princess Kate.
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... to our eccentric Shakespeare professor Dave. We learnt to look for the infamous London smog not in the modern day but to stains on walls and the like. We also learnt "nuggets of wisdom" such as the names of churches and their importance to do with their location and the circumstances of their creation. Dinner: Bethnal Green for Japanese/Korean woth Allie, Kerrie and ...
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