The Portland Hotel
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... as they have always worn grey as it has been in winter time. The band provided musical entertainment and even came out with some bop tunes like Gangam Style which the crowd enjoyed. During the ceremony we had the chance to see the Queen and Prince Philip again as they drove out through the gates. Traci, Simone and the children saw them return a little later along with Prince Andrew, while Nathan and Kevin were out buying ...
I met a scottish-indian man at the train station, who showed me how to
read the train timings. London has underground metro/surface
train/underground train/bus... I think the best public transportation
I've seen so far..it's not at all complicated and it's very easy to get
My first day of London started at big Ben, London eye and Westminster
Abbey. They are all together, I think to give the tourists save some
time. I ...
We spent Christmas Eve walking along Regent Street and eating at Jamie Oliver's Diner. The Christmas lights were beautiful and the vibe was exciting and romantic. There were hundreds of people scrambling for last minute Christmas gifts, street performers trying to make a quick buck, merry- go- rounds, gingerbread houses and lots of ...
... was born, the statue to Amy Winehouse, this was her territory, and only a stones throw to Primrose Hill. Prince, Smiths, Paul McCartney, lots of other bands, groups individuals he mentioned that never meant anything to us. Camden is gothic, punk, not sort of hippie, tat shops. Fun and interesting. 4.45pm. We were going to catch the river bus back from Camden but missed it, 6.30pm we got back here, walked! Sat out back of Jessie and enjoyed a bottle of wine and nibbles with candles. ...
The plan was to go straight to Westminster Abbey. I was so determined to fill in the last piece of the jigsaw and for the kids to see where it all came together; the coronations, the royal weddings and the funerals. Ben really couldn't understand my fixation with this church, and given it was absolutely out of our way, I appreciated his support. So you can only imagine my despair upon arrival at finding the gates firmly locked with no explanation ...