How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Wheatsheaf Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Wheatsheaf Hotel Virginia Water
Travel Blogs from Virginia Water
... and had a discussion filled with emotions provided by the audience. Another bit was a narrated Shakespearean musical called Hamlet (the protagonist claimed the crown through poison SPAM sold to him by an Italian merchant only to be killed by apparitions of the King and Queen he killed). It was a thoroughly good show for only £17. Even the bartender is a comedian as when I ordered the lightest beer and a water he joked "you must have a job." Even though it was a Sunday night it was ...
... Trafalgar Square. Just stood and looked... Checked out what they had put on top of the 4th Plinth this time. It has a brass, skeleton of a horse with ticker tape of a live feed from the stock market. Looked a bit sad to me. I preferred the 'Blue Cock' from last time. Just a fun thing. Checked out the Lions, Nelson, the Fountains... Climbed up on the base of Nelson's Monument. It's a great view from up there. Looking out over a Lion, over the top of a fountain towards St ...
... has potential as it has a meal plan offered with housing. The original Twining's Tea Shoppe was our next stop. Imagine almost an hour picking out tea. It was dreamy. I wanted to curl up and nap right there. Just infuse me please. Dinner was phenomenal not only because we didn't eat lunch. It was truly delicious. Lamb and sweet potato pie. Yum! And my first Pimms in London! Can the world really get better? Thank goodness the Tube is on strike. We must walk off ...
... anything else. Hence, if you find yourself stranded for a long period of time in the Heathrow International Airport and not able to understand which way to exactly go then make sure to plan your trip well in advance.
You can go ahead and take the London buses. The National Express bus line runs on an
hourly basis from the airport to the Victoria Station. Over here, it gets easier to connect with the other buses. Although ...
... people I met.
I found that people in Dublin were very
hospitable giving credence to the hype about their hospitality. I also found
that the best way to find out about the same was to visit one of the pubs (and
believe me, there are plenty of them around), sit at the bar sipping your
favourite ale or even a soft drink and before you try to size up the environment,
you will find yourself drawn into a friendly conversation that will centre