The New Inn
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looking for a hotel that will surely impress you at absolutely every aspect of
your stay – from how meticulously turned down you rooms and guests spaces will
no doubt be through to the arresting design of the hotel décor – The Nadler
Soho is doubtlessly one of the right stays in the city for you. ...
... Once we got on the train, we headed to the theatre to see
The Lion King, one last time! Again it was amazing. We were sitting in the
front row of the Royal Circle so were quite high up. It was interesting to see
it from this angle and to see the differences between the London and Australian
versions. We then walked back to the hotel to relax for a while. We decided to
head down to Piccadilly Circus to find some dinner ...
... class. This class will be taught in Danish. It's easy for you to follow along see this is 1, 2, 3, in Danish @#43%^*^12R@#F. Ok?!"
Me: "Uhh...ok...." (walked away)
She was so unpleasant. And just a reminder everyone knows English. So I turn around to walk back to my mat and I was one of the three mats that were front and center. The other two women were the oldest in the classroom. All 17+ other people were squeezed together lined up in the back row. ...
Brief sleep has been the story of this trip and so after about 6 hours we arose and headed via the tube to Piccadilly Circus to see the chances of being able to get some tickets to a show while we were in London. Claudio had seen nearly every show on in London multiple times but we shopped around and managed to secure two tickets to the Lion King at the Lyceum Theatre for 7:30pm on ...
... gate away so off on a trek; waited ages to board and didn't take off for almost an hour after schedule departure. By this point I was still holding the travel tablets off because I didn't want to fall asleep in my food! We had a young lad by us who obviously didn't like flying and opted for the isle seat rather than her window seat; Scott jumping for joy and had his nose pressed up against the window for take off, he's so funny! The film selection was ...