Dylan Apartments Kensington 60
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Headed off to the Imperial War Museum today, we spent about 4 hours there. Some great displays on WWII, the Holocaust, the London blitz and life in general during the war years.
After the museum we headed off to Leicester Square to see what shows are on and ended up booking tickets for Agatha Christie's play Mousetrap. We also ...
... I know no one, or I'm sober. Which is why I do wish I had someone to travel with, but at the same time I have plenty of time to learn and just go for it more. During the day was fine, I was more than happy to sit and chill by myself, not having to ask anyone what they wanted to do or where to eat. The evenings are a bit more difficult solo, luckily every night I ended up chatting to someone and I was never really alone but definitely learnt to work on ...
... and here that one should do the crown jewels first, and then the other sections as interested you. We headed there and found a small queue of about 100, but it only took about 10 minutes and we got in. I am again disappointed you cannot take photos and don't know why they stop you but they were incredibly impressive - more so than any others we have seen.
When you first enter the 'tower' building you pass through a series of rooms with informative videos ...
... 8226; stayed in a room with shannon • room was basic but clean - good enough! • hotel was huuuuge with massive long corridors • met tayla at reception • caught the underground to see Big Ben and the London Eye • walked around London and found a small pub to have dinner • ate a burger and had a cider • went home to sleep as we were very ...
Pip Pip blog followers. Gillie Bean and Giggles here for our last day in London L. A little rainy today in honour of our departure. We started our day with one last, delicious breakfast at our hotel. We dropped our bags off in Wrinkley & Geezer's room, and then went for a walk to Trafalgar Square where we got pictures of the lion statues. Did you know that there are hardly any pigeons in ...