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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... cost of £47,000. It is a Victory Column of the Corinthian order built from Dartmoor Granite and bronze. The sandstone statue of Nelson is designed by E.H. Baily and the four bronze lions on the base were designed by Sir Edwin Landseer. The lions were added in 1867. The total height of the monument is 169 ft 3 in from the bottom of the pedestal to the top of Nelson's hat. It was opened in 1843. Visitors to the city will find it best to stay in 4 star hotels in London ...
... in London, you need to catch the metro at the Airport and head straight towards Paddington as the hotels in the area are cheap and provide excellent service and accommodation at affordable tariff.
An incredible adventure in London
From the moment I landed in London, I was glad that we had the common sense to make the majority of our travel arrangements beforehand. It was a normal rainy day, and having a private ...
... 150lbs of luggage up and
down the stairs of the tube made me stick out more than I already did. I ended
up meeting someone that was at London Solutions with me at the tube and asked
if he was going to Barons Court as well. It was an Italian guy with his dad so
we figured out the streets together to get to our apartment. Once I reached
mine, it was pretty empty. There was evidence of a roommate in my room but was
not home. I began to unpack ...
... sights. We got on a boat, which took us down the Thames to the Tower of London, the London Eye, and the Queeney part of town.
Along the way, we say lots of old and new buildings and structures. The sun was shining and it was about 28 degrees I think. I took photos of everything I could, until I realised that MOST of the buildings were grand and beautiful, and I couldn't possibly capture them all. My favourite part ...
... The Shard a number of times during that storm. On the return trip I alighted the bus at Holborn Station to wend my way home via the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Maxwell's House (yes THE Maxwell House), till I hit The Strand turned left and met a delightful Mr Information man, with whom I had fallen in love with on my way out in the morning. Tomorrow, I head to Southend On Sea to visit Brenda from Bain Clarkson London days back in 1976-77. More later. Hoodoo for now. RER ...