The Gallery Hotel
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Decor and food delicious. Very clean and good service. Near to supermarkets and tube station and Victoria and Albert Museum. Very convenient.
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Well...what can I say except, it had to end sometime. It's all very well prancing through Melbourne on cheery sabbatical but I always knew that mid-March would see me here; desperately needing to pee, pressed against the airplane window with a woman barricading my exit in blissful, slumbering innocence. The never-ending dilemma of random seat selection in economy class.
I remember many a vigorous window-seat-dispute between siblings in days of old but at the ...
... but we find our way to their gorgeous home in Esher.
We are greeted by three very excited little people who jump into the car with cuddles and big smiles. They are as excited as us that we are there.
We spend a really lovely afternoon together. With 12 kids between us it is an instant party. Dan and the boys play backyard footy in their gorgeous garden. They all swim in the indoor pool, which ...
... Below are few of them:
Serpentine Boating Lake: This good-looking recreational lake is situated in Hyde Park and is a well-known tourist spot. The reassuring and calming ambiance of this place moreover makes it a perfect site to go on a boat ride and understand the loveliness and calmness of nature. The place provides many forms of leisure as it comprise facilities to put up rowing, swimming, peddle boating, and the Solarshuttle, which is ...
... the two arms officers stationed at a closed road were actually on Downing St. At the other end there were at least 15 police officer. The German Chancellor was in town yesterday so that is why security was probably increased. We could see the door of No 10.Then it was off to Trafalgar Square. There are some colourful fountains and monuments here so Scott took plenty of photos. Then we found the theatre and Planet ...
... and little commercial value.
The ceramic collection is huge. The display spilled into the storage areas where millions of pieces are displayed in floor to ceiling glass cabinets. This maybe to help visitors identify their own pieces. The museum also has numerous reference books and computer terminals in each gallery to help visitors do their own research.
We had a pleasant lunch in the ...