The Fox Country Inn
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... close to subway stations of Bayswater and Notting Hill, surrounded by good restaurants and an easy walk to Hyde Park. Apart from drizzle on the first day, weather has been low twenties, just right for tourists. London costs are as we expected, quite expensive. One evening meal consisting of a main course each and three glasses of wine cost £60 (this was the most expensive and probably the most ordinary) ;entrance to the Tower of London, £24 each and a ...
... very well presented. There are basically three sections starting with an introductory movie by the actors for Harry, Ron and Hermione. At the end the screen raises up revealing the doors to the Great Hall. After a guided walk through the Hall we are then allowed to leisurely enjoy the first section which consisted of the indoor sets and props including the Griffindor dormitory, the Potions classroom, Professor Dumbledor's office and a whole lot ...
... It was loud. It was just too good to describe to be reunited with these two. It was like ISIS no longer existed and Ebola was cured. Everything was now right in the world. We had dinner. Went home. Had sleep. No jet lag yet. Today was all about seeing London through the most iconic (and since learnt the original) open top bus tour. We saw all of London avec Kara. Every. last. part. We took the tube to Piccadilly. Got on the open top bus, ...
... ok and no injuries, except I think my legs might be a tired by tomorrow. After taking in the view we started our descent, it was a lot easier going down than up. Down in the street and time for lunch. We found a small restaurant nothing special but we had a a nice window seat and we both needed a sit down after the ascent and descent. Sitting in our window seat I noted that these Londoners feel the cold more than we do. I was wearing a T-shirt and Greg ...
After starting the day with another delicious breakfast we jumped on the tube to baker st station then to Madame Tussaud's wax museum where we "met" some celebrities! Sophie and I braved the serial killer and mentally deranged walk through for over 12 year olds!! Had our photo taken with Barak Obama (Kirsty Ayris this was for you) then I ...