The Don Pepe Charlton Hotel
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... our tour director (Doris) who will be sticking with us all 16 days. We took a bus to the hotel where we then went our own ways.
Tori and I got settled in our tiny room and then went off for lunch. We talked to the concierge who recommended to grab a bite in Hyde park. Hyde park was directly across from our hotel and was absolutely beautiful. It was filled with open ...
... br> After almost throwing the car keys at Mr Hertz, we arrived at the airport to find our flight was delayed!
On arrival at Heathrow Bec handed the tour guide baton over to Maddi who (with ease) guided us onto the tube and to Hammersmith (the hotel our tour leaves from in a couple of days). After checking in, Maddi then took Tim & Bec (Joan was not feeling well so stayed in the ...
A quintessential and totally British experience in the UK is definitely English afternoon tea. It's an occasion, an experience, an array of delicious and delectable fancies that everyone, not just the posh, can enjoy.
Afternoon tea is a luncheon type array of savories, pastries, scones, preserves, and desserts, carefully selected and prepared to satisfy even the pickiest of tea connoisseurs. A typical afternoon tea is served with beautiful English bone ...
Breakfast at a local cafe, then a stroll up to Buckingham Palace, no changing of the guard today, so took a walk up to Piccadilly Circus and on to the British Museum.
Caught the tube back to St James Park station, starting to get my bearings with the tube.
An eclectic evening started with an organ recital at Westminster Abbey, a guided ghost walk tour of London inclusive ...
... Dickens, Charles Darwin, Isaac Newton, Sir Laurence Olivier and Rudyard Kipling.
As we made our way to the front of the Abbey we saw the Tomb of the Unknown Warrior where a British soldier, killed in Europe in WWI was interned in 1920 at a service attended by King George V. To the side of the tomb was the magnificent Coronation Chair. It was commissioned in 1296 by King Edward I and has been used in every Coronation since except two.
Next we ...