West Lodge Park Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... with an honourable record for at least 22 years. The current contingent of warders have experienced serving in Northern Ireland, the Falklands War, Bosnia, the first and second Gulf conflicts and in Afghanistan. The casements, as the dwellings built into the walls of the Tower are called, the private areas of the Tower, where live forty-seven families live and washing lines and flower pots, even a doctor’s surgery, attested to their presence. Yet these spaces carry history as ...
... series 'To the Manor Born'. He even looked in character, with his dapper moustache and three-piece pale grey suit.
We walked through to Chinatown for a dim sum lunch, where there was a huge number of restaurants to choose from, and ogled at the Peking ducks and huge slabs of ribs hanging in all the windows. Lunch was delicious!
Then it was off through the park to Buckingham Palace, where we had tickets to ...
... in good support), played their part in a very good game. After hanging around to watch Germany v Ghana in a nearby bar, we tried to get a bus back to the main town. Oddly, the bus driver didn't know the route. He ended up asking rubbish collectors and taxi drivers the way back to the centre of town - not sure who decided to employ him!! That night the centre of town went mad; thousands of people partying in ...
... anxious to go to the Choral Evensong in this beautiful church. We arrived at 4:30 after walking along Pall Mall (pronounced Pell Mell), and down the Mall back toward T Square. The choir was practising so we enjoyed watching the rehearsal. Then at 5 the service started and it was really very lovely. The choir was very professional. When we emerged from the service we headed home. Found our way through the subway and picked up some food ...
... buyers quite understandably chose to stay away and avoid getting completely soaked. Hoping for better luck on the Sunday, we headed down to Ellerslie, which soon became clear would be much busier. Despite several conversations and expressions of interest, there was no movement as people's unrealistic budgets and 'expect everything for nothing attitudes' seemed to stretch no further than the $1000 mark; insulting offers we immediately refuted. Upon returning to ...