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... and eager to fix problems the moment they arise. An express
checkout option is a must – not everyone has time to stand around in the lobby
– but they should also be willing to go over your bill with you to put your
mind at ease.
Privacy: One of the cardinal rules of luxury hotel hospitality is to never
announce a guest’s name or room number publicly.Publicly announcing someone’s
name and room is a potential security ...
... train down to “The City” to visit the Tower of London. (Sidenote: there are only like 3-4 original Gutenberg Bibles left in the world, but one is at the Ransom Center at UT! So I skipped that).
The Tower of London is like the original Buckingham Palace. It’s where the kings and queens used to live, and where most of the executions took place (live Henry’s wives and Anne Boleyn). It’s located right by the water, near the ...
... were stripped, and thus Roman arches and other architecture are all that is left. We came back to ship in time for dinner of risotto, grilled sea bass, potatoes and stewed spinach. Dessert was chocolate creeps. After dinner, we had announcements and met the crew members. The captain's family built the boat, the is bartender, waiter, purser, etc., their is a mother and son as chefs, and two sailors, who work the docking, and many other things. Tony does the announcements ...
... on Parliament' see 2012 blog entry called The Abbey). Robyn of course took pictures while we waited for the boat, on the boat, and after we got off the boat. Robyn will challenge any Asian at taking a high quantity of pictures, she fits right in and knows how to elbow her way to the front.
... the Tower of London and Tower Bridge. We were due to cruise up to historic
Greenwich, but there were extreme tides and we could only make it to Tower Bridge before our coach came to pick us up and take us the rest of the way. Our welcome dinner tonight was at The Trafalgar Tavern, one of Londons last authentic pubs.