The Tophams Hotel Belgravia
Travel Blogs from London
... I had told everyone what I was trying to do with the sign, so we all went back to the streetsign for a photo, then went back again to the pub, and to the bus stop across the road. We waited for the bus then jumped on and went in to Liverpool Street Station. We walked past the next pub, the Hamilton Hall, and went down to the McDonald's, where we were supposed to be meeting Jess. But we couldn't find her so after a bit we went back, got our photo with the ...
... and simply the BEST trip we could have ever imagined. We were sad to leave the adventure, the amazing sights, scenery, culture and delicious cuisine all behind but we were very excited about our imminent arrival in London and of course to see all of our friends and family.
It was a very long flight home with Etihad Airways, with our first one stopping off in Abu Dhabi for a 3 hour wait before boarding our next plane for London. We were ...
... the British Museum. Amazing collection. Surprising that Egypt and Greece have anything in their museums, because England has it all. Then Piccadilly Circus, Buckingham Palace before dinner at a pub. Outstanding Steak Pie, but still miss COLD beer. After dinner we took a ride on the London Eye, which blew us away. Then strolled down to The Globe Theatre along The Thames River. We walked across the Millennium Bridge at sunset before taking the underground back to the hotel. ...
... who are outside the door and only incidentally about him insofar as they are acquainted. The New York Times gave it a good review, so I got it. I read a few pages and put it down.
This past fall I picked it up and started reading again. I was excited to read that this house was in Greenwich, and there was a lot to do in the book about the park and the town. So this time I finished the book, and it brought back happy memories.
Wow! Can you get any more British than going to the Battle Proms? The whole morning was spent in preparation fortis annual event and it was so well worth the fuss. It was brilliant! We left here at about 3:30 and drove for an hour to Highclare Castle. Some of you may know that the series Down Town Abbey was shot there, I didn't. It's an enormous stately home more than a castle really but its set on loads of land, big enough to hold ...
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