The Kensington Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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I then went home and put all my stuff on the bench. I had carrots, tomatoes, lettuce, mushrooms, eggs, fresh milk, apricots, lychees, raspberries, strawberries, blueberries, and a nice homemade cheese.
Turns out I basically got what I needed for a quiche apart from pastry. So I ran and got pastry.
And after one hour and ...
Thursday, December 18, 2014
So we got up early this morning and Jane drove us to Didcot Railway Station. It certainly is cooler in England. The trip to Paddington was fine although I am convinced that these ladies took our seats before us just to sit together!! We arrived in Paddington and rushed to get the Bakerloo line to get to Waterloo. Hellen was waiting for us and ...
... but is so so cheap- and packed full of people! We had a quick look around but thought we need to come back with no kids.
We went and had lunch at Chipotle (which we all enjoyed) then Marc and the boys headed to the soccer while Libby, Annalise and I enjoyed Toffee Nut Lattes and hot chocolate at Starbucks. After getting a few essentials we are back at the ...
... exhausted .
Superb services that ensure endless delight
Even before my friends and I could embark on our adventure in the city of London, we knew that we were going to have fun. The hotel that we stayed at did it's very best to make us comfortable, and we enjoyed an incredible stay while we were here. The attached bathroom in our spacious room was large and had been furnished very well. The mini bar in the room had a ...
... I leave that train wreck and head for the British Museum. Not a good start so far, but I was hopeful. This damn city.... But seriously...The British Museum...holy ****. First of all, it's massive. I thought I had been in museums before - I was wrong. THIS is a museum. I probably wandered around for about 2 hours and I STILL did not see everything. You just...can't. It's incredible. I was in awe of how old every piece was. I had done my ancestry a few years ago (or ...