The White Hart Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Caught the train from East London to Richmond in South West London to go for a walk with volunteers of Ham House and Gardens. The meeting point was at Richmond Station and we took a scenic walk through Richmond to Ham house on the River Thames. I befriended two of the oldest people on the tour, very nice ladies. They gave me some recommendations of other places to visit. We saw first the Richmond Library built in 1880, ...
Little hiccup. Flight over the pond delayed for an hour +. So of course we missed our connection. We're rescheduled for later this afternoon. Bummer we're missing a half day in Budapest. But what can you do? Hang out in the Admiral's Club and ...
... railway are being used by the stallholders with tables and chairs placed amongst whatever was left in the workshop area. We walked the laneway first so as to not make the mistake of ordering too soon and then finding that special treat all too late! There was much on offer and here is just a few that I can remember - African Volcano which served pulled pork, chicken etc on rolls with Peri Peri sauce; - Little Bird Gin which served only gin cocktails etc and, ...
We finally arrived in London. We walked out of the Heathrow airport to cool rainy weather. We boarded the bus and headed to lunch. After some yummy fresh pizza and ice cream we had a short walk to Hampton Court Palace. We were able to see where Henry VIII lived as well as other Royals. Walked through the beautiful gardens and made our way through the maze. After the Hampton Court Palace we walked back to our bus to head to our hotel for dinner, much needed showers and ...
Going on the ferry from UK to France was very cool! We left from The port of Dover, where there were the "white rocks of Dover." They were stunning. The ferry had places to eat, grab coffee, and even shop. There were lots of places to hang out with friends with a great view of the water. You could barely even tell you were on a boat, except for the view from the deck, which was fascinatingly ...