Travelodge Chelmsford Hotel
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... Kathryn, Hannah and Pippa listening to some jazz piano while we ate! In the evening we headed to the West and to see Les Mis (very exciting for Emma!). We met Sarah and Bernie for dinner before the show so it was great to catch up with them and share the Les Mis experience!
The next morning we drove back to Stamford with Sarah and Bernie ready to do some tourism around or local area.
Emma and Tom.
... off we went to the Embankment where we crossed the Thames on a foot bridge connected to a rail bridge which goes into Charing Cross station. On the south side of the river we went to the appropriately named Southbank Centre which houses several concert halls, the largest of which is the Royal Festival Hall. We had booked tickets for the Messiah by Candlelight concert.
Messiah, composed by George Frideric Handel, is the most famous ...
... And I sat where the Queen sat at the Royal Wedding two years ago. It was good to walk around actually, but the service broadcast on television makes the Abbey look so much bigger than it actually is.
Kate must have taken baby steps on her way to the alter. I would have done a cartwheel ...
... people. No wonder they won the war.
We went through Winston's museum and eventually finished our tour and headed back to Marble Arch on the tube to cash in our Octopus cards that made tube, bus and riverboat travel so easy. Back at the hotel we had lunch and before we knew it our shuttle to the airport was waiting. We were the only passengers which was great.
We were so lucky with the shuttle driver as he was a wealth of knowledge on London, ...
... went by right about noon and got to hear it ring off twelve times! Many people don't know but the clock tower itself is named the Elizabeth Tower and the bell is called Big Ben.
London Eye was one of the coolest experiences I have ever done! The views are simply amazing! I will pretty much let the photos do the talking on this one!
After the London Eye we decided to do our boat tour on the River ...