The Kensington Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Babysitting service
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... than Ben, but we strolled through and the kids spent some time playing on a canon simulator.
Then we made our way up the steep hill to the Royal Observatory. The view from the top- across to London - was breathtaking and the kids spent some time enjoying the view and the sunshine, running around and rolling down the hill. We also took the obligatory photo straddling the meridian.
By the time we walked back into Greenwich, it was late in the afternoon. ...
... include a "service charge" in the bill for you, but an additional gratuity is not expected like in the US. The meal was rather expensive, but was well worth it. I also left the server an extra 10 pound note because of the quality of service she gave me during my meal. After dinner I made my way to the London Eye. This is what I have been wanting to do since I got here, a full panoramic view of London. I hopped in line and slowly the carriage I was in ...
... and The Wicked Witch of the West, were just outstanding. They received a standing ovation from the entire audience at the end. It was so special to go with Zoe, we are hoping we might fit another musical in before we leave London.
Jason and George met us at the theatre at the end and we headed home. We stopped at our 'local' The Gloucester Arms for a quick pint of London Gold on the way.
Another great day, we are feeling very blessed.
Love and smiles,
... WTF!Now scheduled to arrive in London at 1.31pm. We only left norwich at 10.40am.Loved the screening of the new Dr Who on Saturday night even if somewhat of a confusing and muddled storyline.Caught up with Vicki and James and went to the Dove pub for dinner. A lovely old pub right on the banks of the Thames. Great night though it poured down and was cold.
The Abbey was spectacular, the history mind blowing. Walking past the tombs of Kings and Queens and the amazing architecture was inspiring.
We then caught a cruise boat down the Thames to Greenwich, which considering the weather was delightful, and very relaxing. Greenwich has some beautiful old buildings but everyone was heading up the hill to the Royal Observatory. Of course we followed suit - quite a steep ...