The Antigallican Hotel
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... places and buildings that are worth witnessing. The fact that this place once ruled the entire world will mesmerize you. London being the land of royalty is full of sophistication and stylishness. The structures of these buildings look exquisite, and one will be astonished to notice them, as they look the same as new. These old building are the parts of the ancient monuments.
The ones, who have travel around the whole world, will all the time ...
... Seeing some of the amazing new sculptures around the place, to the ridiculously old buildings and monuments, to the classics like the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben (thank you tour guide for pointing out five hundred times that Ben is the bell... We get it. Seriously), and the Tower Bridge. Points to London for spicing up some of the oldies like the monument to the start of World War I at Tower of London at the moment - every day new ceramic poppies are planted ...
... decided to keep walking to the Natural History Museum. Big mistake - there was a massive line so we decided to come back another day. Mum and Dad then took us into the V&A which was across the road. Maddy didn't want to go but then she found a computer that let her design jewellery so she was happy. After that we went to Harrods and got chocolate samples and ...
... and Continental breakfast and evening meals.
A place to unwind, the evening bar serving a range of alcoholic and
non-alcoholic beverages also awaits guests in a stylishly designed bar room.
located in a happening part of London, this accommodation offers a quiet and
relaxing stay with flawless style and comfort.
London Kensington is comfortable, convenient ...
... started thinking of the Canterbury Tales, and then Dryden, Austen, Elgar, and so on. There are hundreds. The one tomb that was most stimulating for me was the single monument for Mary I and Elizabeth I. Half sisters, but vigorously opposed to the decisions about faith that they each held. When Elizabeth died, a great many years after her sister, she was buried and memorialised with her in the hope of a single resurrection. It was either the most intriguing piece of afterlife ...