Kensington Court Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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The answer is: my Mom and Dad!
My Parents decided to start their world travels by visiting me in London! They arrived early Thursday morning. I was busy all day with volunteering and seeing the Hunger Games with a group of LBSers. I told Mom and Dad that I would skip the movie to see them, but they said "no". Dad fell asleep by 6 that night, while I was at a movie and at a pub with friends.
Friday I had two academic tours, ...
buildings nearby. It looks as if the area is undergoing some gentrification and
the hotel itself is being refurbished. It is definitely a cut above other
accommodation we have had in London
though not quite so conveniently located.
We continued our English experience by going
... from August); Hyde park; Kensington palace (excellent exhibition with actors playing roles of the Victorian monarchs and their staff in drawing rooms and reception rooms); The Royal mews (to see horses, carriages and cars , all of which are in current usage). The evening was spent having dinner with my cousin Freya and her partner Trace. Saturday - we arranged with Russell and Sophie Nelson for a surprise Skype call to Sue ...
... was more bad than good.
Favourite city: Hong Kong. The right mix of everything Asia has to offer.
Least favourite city: Chongching. No redeeming features at all – an awful place.
Highlights of the trip: Patagonia, Galapagos, Uluru and the Red Centre in Australia, Terracotta Army, Easter Island, Macchu Picchu/Inca Trail, Western Australia, Vietnam with our friends, Myanmar, cuddling a panda!
Lowlights of the trip: Ecuadorian ...
... siege to Troy to win back their abducted queen, Helen. Desperate and exhausted, both Gods and mortals squabble amongst themselves for the spoils of war and the hand of victory as we watch.
So far the production is fantastic! As the light descended we enjoy the intermission with a pint, cokes and some brownies. There is food and drink to be found all around the outside of the gallery which you can take it into the theater for the performance. Our good ...