Chumleigh Lodge Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... br> We have been to the Churchill War Rooms, St James's Park, Greenwich, Notting Hill, London Museum, Science Museum and walked around Piccadilly Circus and Oxford Street.
On Monday night (14/9) Pete went to see West Ham United play against Newcastle with his cousin Colin. Peter came ...
... fit… the rest get relegated to closed circuit TV.)
We learned that there are two stripes on the floor of the House of Commons, which are kind of like the coaches’ box in American basketball. If an MP starts to charge, he/she is admonished to “tow the line.” The distance between the two stripes is said to be 2-1/2 swordlengths apart. So, no slicing and dicing allowed.
It was also interesting to learn that when votes ...
... of the other Australians that just happened to be sitting close by. We were all treated to Tom's renditions of the songs on the way back to the hotel absolutely exhausted - especially Grampy!
On London day 2 we headed to Buckingham Palace for the changing of the Guard. We also hoped to catch a glimpse of her Majesty but we discovered that she was out at Sandringham for the day as Princess Charlotte was being baptised there this afternoon. We gathered with about ...
... School where the main actor from Harry Potter was educated. The Millennium Bridge provided a spectacular view of the River Thames (30 ft tidal change) and the Tower Bridge, famous for the children's rhyme, "London Bridge is falling down." In front of the bridge was HMS Belfast, a WWII English naval ship that now houses a WWII museum. We hurried back to St. Paul's cathedral to find the "loo" and grab a very quick bite for lunch - a plate of Spanish ...
... the station was crowded, we were able to exit the station and find our apartment. The owner had agree that we could store our luggage so we could see the sights of London without having to drag suitcases around the city. The owner's wife let us into the apartment, gave us our own set of keys and we left to explore London. Our original plan was to walk to Westminster Pier and catch a boat to Kew Gardens, a place that neither Don or I had ever visited. However, by the time we ...