Mercure London Bloomsbury
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... on the architect who designed it Sir George Gilbert Scott. There was no chance we would miss it, as Albert is a massive gold statue, surrounded by weeping angels. On the plinth there is a parade of important historical figures. Apparently Scott included himself as one of these figures, but we couldn’t make him out at the distance. We continued onto the museum to find that HRH Betty had been there in the morning and the museum opening had been delayed so ...
... and wonder at that stage whether all that I have anticipated would indeed come true. In many cases, travelling with your family gives you more pleasure than if you are travelling alone. In such cases, the amount of preparations increase and you have to inform the other members of your family regarding all the details that you know regarding the place, its attractions and any other information. You will also be involved in helping them ...
... and some cars even moved over. So off I went....went around 10 kms of traffic jam...felt good. Next thing I knew I was in Dunkirk.
Too cool...I wanted to find the evacuation beaches so off I went....I ended up in the center of town....and I see this really cool church all shot up and a memorial. I pull on the sidewalk and am trying to sort myself....and I am swiveling me head a bit and I felt a presence..... I looked to my left...and there is a city bus ...
... a bit more traditional human effort. I soon began planning out the route, mapping it on Google Earth to gain an appreciation for the terrain, with a local hiking map and Cicerone guide: “Tour of Mont Blanc” by Kev Reynolds for guidance. I also began creating a list of refuge accommodation on route to plan it day by day.
Not long after, Tom said: “Why don’t we ...
We arrived early this morning (6:30am!), dumped our luggage and hit the streets of London. We did much more than we thought we would with not much sleep on the plane. The kids were troopers! We did a fabulous audio tour of Westminster Abbey this morning. The kids loved all the crypts with dead people. �� We then road ...