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... situation drove us to madness- we decided to ride home. With one ear plugged into very explicit road directions (from Siri, who got us lost in the first place) and the taste of home on our lips, we smashed the distance in 1hr 45.
I have no idea how many miles we REALLY did that day, but our biggest trophy was a psychological one. We could do it. Through thick and thin. This trip was actually going to ...
... year for the 100 anniversary of the war, London (or people in London) made 88,000 ceramic poppies to represent 88,000 soldiers. These were bought by members of the public and stuck in the ground at Tower of London. So the whole what used to be a moat, is a sea of red. Blood red.
It's beautiful in the most horrifying way.
I got inside and went to the buildings ...
... show she was not at home. We stayed to end hoping it would improve but no still boring to the end. We walked through Admiralty Arch, then visited Trafalgar Square, Piccadilly Circus, Princess Diana's memorial, Kensington Palace. Lined up at Madam Toussauds (after being in line for a while we got to a sign that said it was still another 1 hour wait - forgot that - wasn't waiting that long), had lunch and beers at the oldest Pub and ...
... the decision.
Most of the hotels which are nearby the park are extremely well priced and offer the guests ultimate luxury. London has some of its best hotels near Hyde Park. These hotels have super comfortable rooms coupled with multiple facilities and amenities. The rooms are spacious with amazing views of the city and services which you make your stay a real memorable one.
After seeing the historic and beautiful sites of the city, you ...
... quadrangle) and 24 metres high. The State rooms are the ones open to the public. We saw the Grand staircase, the Throne Room, the Picture Gallery, the Green Room, Blue Room and White Room, as well as a dining room, the music room and a ballroom. The picture Gallery is a mini-museum with a Rembrandt self portrait, Van Dykes, Rubens and Vemeers. The Music Room is where they do Royal Christenings and they had the baptismal font and garment on display.