The Old Ship
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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... into the V&A Museum (Victoria and Albert). I got to see the fashion exhibit and Renaissance exhibits since they were free, but I couldn’t see everything because I didn’t have much time.
After the museum I walked around the area and saw many French flags everywhere since it was the one neighborhood in London with the highest population of French people. I can’t escape France, not even ...
I woke up super early today, after getting not much sleep last night, but I wasn't tired... I guess the time difference is still messing with me! We grabbed the tube to Hyde Park this morning, to walk through to Kensington Palace. I absolutely loveeee Hyde Park - the squirrels, swans, geese, pigeons, 10 million dogs, and great people watching. We stopped at a cute cafe overlooking a lake/pond, which was lovely apart from the awful coffee (Paul, ...
... before but it’s still a good market. We had a lovely wander round sipping on takeaway chilled Prosecco……very civilized.
The day ended with a great meal at the Italian restaurant on the ground floor of our apartment. Not far to walk home which was a good thing!
Tomorrow we give the feet a rest and start our UK drive ...
... were visited, infact we visited every area of they place, which took us a good seven hours. We loved going through the caves of bats and the butterfly rooms, where beautiful butterflies and moths fluttered around our ears and landed on flowers beside us. Our feet absolutely ached at the end of the day but it was still an hours walk back. Nic made fish and salad for tea and we retired to bed with books early. A good ...
... partner take on some Americans. It was a great match, and of course Daniel Nestor and his partner won. The last match was Milos Raonic against an Australian who had just beaten Nadal. There was a huge screen set up outside the court where they were playing for everyone to still feel as if they were in the court. It was such an amazing day altogether! I really did not want to leave London, it is definitely one of my favourite cities.
Back off to Dublin before the big flight home!