The Tophams Hotel Belgravia
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... to make my appointment at UCHL for a cancer check up. I haven't had one for 2 years and we arrive in Euston with half an hour to spare. I jump out into the London traffic and Liza leaves for the extremes of Essex. I'll reach base camp one myself later by bus and train but first I have this appointment with the wonderful Professor Emberton.
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... Australia or New Zealand.
After this the flight went reasonably smoothly. About 1 hour
in we were served supper (around 2am Bendigo time) – safe to say I was
struggling to keep my eyes open for supper – but on a 13 hour flight I didn’t
want to go missing a meal. After supper we both slept for a large part of the
flight. With about 4 hours to go we seemed to have both had enough sleep for
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the capital, and certain accommodations such as the Park Grand London Hyde Park epitomise this sense of royalty too.
The Kensington Palace ...
... out of our control. So on Sunday, we took full advantage of our situation. We went up to the underground ticket agent and told her its our first time in the city, we have an unexpected day here, and had done zero research. She spent about 5 minutes mapping out our day for us and we were not disappointed with the results!
Our first stop was in Westminster and our first sight was Big Ben when we walked out of the station. What an impressive sight! ...
... place every night. Websites such as Timeout are a great place to go to find out what music events are taking place when. Some performances, particularly those along the lines of classical music, are often free to enter as well.
If you are feeling overwhelmed by the sheer choice of venues available for a night out in London, then the most important thing to remember is that if you don’t like somewhere, you can simply move ...