Mabledon Court Hotel
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... exciting outing. After reading Hilary Mansel's fantastic Booker prize-winning books (Bring Up The Bodies & Wolf Hall) I understand more about the history of this amazing architectural and historical landmark (HM being noted for her unrelentingly accurate research). My understanding is that HCP was originally designed & built for Cardinal Wolsley who started building the palace for himself, this being at a time when England ...
... is filled with 888,246 ceramic poppies, each representing a British or colonial military fatality during the war. It is most sobering when you see so many and know that each one represents a person. The ceramic poppies will be on sale after 11th November and the money will go to charities. An excellent display. The whole area was extremely busy, so we didn’t venture too far, but luckily where we ...
... Cathedral has a tower because with all the twisting roads I was not sure I would find this Church. But the building is also impressive in its own rite...I spent time looking at each of the chapels - in addition to the Blessed Sacrament and chapel to Mary there are like 6 other chapels; and that does not count the main worship space. I found out that Mass was not until 5:30pm that evening so had more time to kill. Went to a shopping area and discovered a ...
... family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal; ">Next was the Natural History Museum. It was directly across the street. We saw many things, but the highlight was the exhibit on the wooly mammoth. Somewhere in Siberia, I think, they found a perfectly preserved baby wooly mammoth. We weren't allowed to take pictures of it so you'll have to take our word for it, it was neat. Correction. Shay got a pic of it before the guard shut her down. Enjoy.
... Mayfair and Kensington High Street easily and do all the shopping that they like and can afford. Moreover, since Kensington Palace is located close by, guests at Kensington Park Hotel London can feel privileged to be able to stay close to where the royalty stays. They can also take a tour of the palace and see its various attractions and the magnificence of British architecture.
The 4-star Kensington Park Hotel London offers 155 guestrooms that provide ...