The Drayton Court Hotel
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Woke up to a lovely breakfast with tea (was ready to roll at 3:00a.m. secondary to jet lag) prior to our first London trip, together.
After a delightful flight with British Airways and a short tube ride (and lots of rain), our first taste of GB beer (or re-taste for Phil) was the Drayton Court Hotel (Fullers pub) in West Ealing. Drank at Drayton Court, Rose and Crown...
... station that to get to the platform you have to descend 96 steps to the platform. Yesterday at another station we had to walk up 132 steps to depart at street level.
Time for our next stop at Abbey Road. There were heaps of Beatle fans all stopping on the famous crossing for the obligatory photo. The cars were so impatient beeping there horns if they had to stop and wait more than 5 seconds. It was a lovely walk down from the station to Abbey ...
... train. I pretended that the train was the Hogwarts Express and the bus was the carriages. When we got there, there was the chess pieces from the sorcerer's stone outside and huge pictures of Harry Potter characters inside. Soon the tour started. First they showed us behind the scenes interviews of Harry, Ron, and Hermione. They told us how they made Harry Potter come to life. Then they showed us the Great Hall. It was amazing. Everything but the ...
... will be different. I have a week to see all the sights/sounds/tastes you read about in travel brochures.
On Sunday, Danny, Bec and I caught the train to Blackfriars Station and walked the Southbank of the Thames looking for lunch. We found a great Latin restaurant and took quite a part of the afternoon indulging in Tapas and Sangria. In early evening we adjourned to the London Eye to enjoy a Champagne Experience. I always find good champagne makes ...