Comfort Zone-Vista Serviced Apartments
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... travel destination to spend some time in and if the trip is planned meticulously, then you will be able to see a lot more than you have actually desired. The city offers plenty of elements to every holiday maker who looks forward to enthrall his/ her vacation spirit by exploring all sorts of travel attractions which have been designed especially to make you feel amazing from within.
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After leaving Dubai at 2:00 am, I arrived in London at 6:00 am London time. I had a 7 hour layover. It was a tough decision whether to stay in the lounge or go out in 37 degree weather without a sweater or a coat. Leaving won. I went into the nearby village since there was not time to get downtown. The first taxi driver did not want to take me, since the distance was too close, and they have to wait in a long line. However, I found this ...
But the day was glorious and sunny and we quickly got over our disappointment with a kick of the footy on a small grassy embankment between Big Ben and the Abbey. Truly unreal.
It's like there's a photo opportunity around every corner and the city keeps surprising us with more and more beautiful moments. I think that even though Mitch now fully understands London wasn't built around a Monopoly board, he still gets a kick out ...
... down Oxford St while I checked out an old fave - the National Gallery. It's terrific and at least there I know what I'm looking at. Yep - talking about you Tate Modern. Met back up early evening for a pub feed and then the obligatory West End show. Matilda was the family choice and we all loved it - everything about it fantastic. Last night in London. Eurostar to Paris ...
Today was all about the Tower of London. It opens at 10am on Mondays and somehow we managed to fluke being the first in line waiting for it to open at 9:45am.
We went straight to see the Crown Jewels, where we saw the amazing Imperial State Crown. It is adorned with the second Star of Africa diamond and the Black Prince's ruby. We were intrigued to see Queen Victoria's small diamond crown, made for her as a much lighter alternative to the ...