Travelodge London Ilford Gants Hill
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We boarded the plane about 5 pm Friday in Chicago and headed first for London. About half of our fellow team members were on the flight, having started in Detroit. Early Saturday morning we found ourselves in London with a thirteen hour layover. Larry and I hopped on the Tube and headed downtown. Don't let Larry ever tell you he hasn't seen the sights of Europe, London in particular. We did the London-in-a-day grand tour and hit everything on ...
... was cut in half, I sat with Dad. We travelled in the Cab through tunnels where there we’re lots of scenes from London starting in the 1800s and going to the 2000s. It was fun because you would get freaked out one minute by a scary scene and the next minute it would be a funny or nice scene.
My favourite thing about Madam Tussards was seeing all the famous people and having my photos taken with Princess Kate and the Queen.
... pour moi) ended up being our dinner, supplemented with a pint of Wainright for me and a glass of unknown white for Hilary (and an energy bar!!)
Off to see the Queen tomorrow. Windsor castle beckons. Cheerio.
Plat du Jour: A chicken Caesar salad in St. James Park. From a strictly culinary perspective, not a banner day…. Felt guilty about that, especially after seeing a Chef Ramsay restaurant on the Thames ...
... and a couple of elite colleges and the very visible domed London Central Mosque, better known as Regent's Park Mosque. There are also some other smaller royal gardens in the area. We could have spent hours walking around this park but we have have not got that sort of time to spare.
We then caught a taxi and went back to the hotel briefly, freshened up, then walked into Kensington shopping area. The second compulsory stop today was a visit to ...
... 17th centuries. Two young princes were murdered here by their brother so that he could become king (Richard I) and we all know the evil of Henry the VIII and his penchant for beheading his wives and enemies! The girls liked the torture chamber exhibit and viewing the royal jewels But the rest, while interesting and noteworthy didn't make the list! ...