The Granby Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
Photos of The Granby Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews The Granby Hotel Gravesend
Travel Blogs from Gravesend
... of the Guard, which happens every day at this time of the year and every second day in winter. The ceremony is undertaken with military marching band being played along the way. We reckon this is probably as big a tourist drawcard as any other in the United Kingdom.
We also had an opportunity to take in a stroll through St James Park, which is directly adjacent to Buckingham Palace.
Back on the coach, we are then taken to St Paul's Cathedral. But ...
... crackers and absolutely nothing to do with the fact that I missed my flight again.
Yes, my 5th flight in 2 years. It’s what Edgey does best. Those of you sad enough to keep hitting F5 on Facebook all day pretending you have a class job (Wearmouth) will already know that.
But who gives a flying ****.
Meant to be jumping on a train to Liverpool pretty sharpish but if the next Amstel goes ...
... to know them. It was a pretty good way to get to know people but that only killed a small portion of the time we had to wait for a ferry for France. We were meant to be on a ferry at 10:30am, well 12 hours later we finally got across to France. Now it's a 4 hour couch ride to Paris. We won't check in at the hotel till at least 2am. I'm so tired and I have no clue who I'm in a room with and even if I know these ...
... to add a bit of colour.
Later today I will go to Mile End, one tube stop away, for coffee/tea with Judith Bingham, the composer about whom I wrote my dissertation. The rest of the day will be spend with laundry, calligraphy and stitchery. Last evening Teddy and I watched the first episode of Downton Abbey, so tonight it will be on to the next episode. We must get ourselves prepared for the new series which begins the Sunday after we return!
... surprised! It is a large city and we did walk a great deal today, from Victoria Station to Trafalgar Square, alonf Whitehall and across the Westminster bridge. Then along Southbank, past Shakespeare's Globe Theatre. We stopped for a break at the Anchor and had a drink, then walked on together until they had to leave, then we continued on around to the Tower Bridge and the Tower of London where we caught the Underground from Tower Bridge Station back to ...