- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... The principal ones include London Charing Cross, London Euston, London Paddington, London Waterloo, London King’s Cross (yes, the Harry Potter station!), London St. Pancras, London Bridge, London Victoria and the London Liverpool Street Station. London is also well-connected by local transportation. It is advisable that you go for an Oyster card as that makes travelling both cheap and convenient. Public transport in ...
The kids all got up early this morning but the adults didn't rise until about 9am. During that time we managed to watch TV and have a bit of breakfast.
It was a bit of slow morning and eventually it was time to go. We had bought some place mats for Katie, Joe & Sophie so we gave them to them and then we had to say goodbye. We have had such a good time with the Murrays. Mum and Dad reckon they are excellent hosts and we reckon our cousins ...
... and we stumbled upon a charming little Italian restaurant - and for the first night everyone stayed alert and awake through dinner. In fact I'm writing this on the tube heading for home as the kids play some kind of pretend/role play during which Charley is fully participating and laughing. Tonight it's Ben and I who can't wait to get to bed.
Such full days during which we are constantly on the go, trying to squeeze the most that we can from our London ...
... most often performed with a choral group – which let me peak inside the cathedral for free. You don’t get to hang around after the service but you do get an idea of what it is like inside.
Finally, one evening I wanted a dinner of Jamaican jerk chicken so I decided to take the underground to the Brixton neighborhood to buy the food. I thought that this would be like going into an inner city (Ricl Steves’ calls it “seedy”) but it was more ...
... of a big church.
After church we headed to Covent Garden for lunch, on the way to the Lyceum theatre where we had tickets to see The Lion King. We saw a man whose head was dressed as a little dog in a kennel and he called out to Will when we passed, saying, “Hello Harry Potter and Mum” (to me). He looked so funny:)
The Lyceum theatre was beautiful dimly lit ...