Royal Chace Hotel
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... went to the same railway station and of course no parking spots. Decided to head further towards the city but ended up right on the very fringe of the city, yep not for me, I'm outa here. As I was driving I wasn't not too keen to drive into the city.
We decided to go for a drive instead. Managed to wile away the afternoon and have a final lunch in an old pub which was once the hunting kennels of King James the 1st. ...
... to get in before the hordes of people arrive. The weather was alternately nice and very nasty. The Abbey is amazing: beautiful and the history of all the people either entombed or memorialized there is incredible. Then we did a quick stroll up Whitehall street to Trafalgar square to see the Occupy London protestors, the 25 police vans guarding the protestors, the gates and guards and bobbies protecting 10 Downing Street. We saw a school group and heard ...
... and able to think things
When dealing with your requests, staff
members should never presume anything. To make sure you get the experience you
want, they should listen, observe, ask questions, present you with options, and
let you make the final decision. Nothing is worse than staff members who think
they know better than you.
& Out: Checking into and out of your room is
the most stressful part of your ...
The travel days are always the hardest. We were up about 5am to get organised and leave the fabulous MBS hotel. We have had a lovely time in Singapore and I think we all agree we would like longer next time. Getting all sorted at Changi airport was relatively straight forward and we did some last minute shopping and changed our remaining dollars for pounds. Jackie had recommended the travel wrist bands ...
... we flew to London. We're staying in Enfield about a 30 min train ride into London because tomorrow and Sunday Em is going to the Fundays for Beavers and Cub Scouts being held at Gilwell Park, home of the scouting movement. Our next blog should have lots of news about our adventures ...