Kensington Court Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
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... before the whole 40 minute walk home. Luckily we found one after bout 15 minutes, so made it back to the hotel with no dramas.
So just in case I haven’t gushed enough about it yet - it was awesome! Not just worthy historical activity, but a damn funny comedy to boot, in an incredible environment. Loved it!
This meant getting to bed at about 4:00AM, which was always going to make the next day interesting.
But as far ...
... we dined on fish and chips and a ploughman's lunch, both very good. The best part of lunch was the garrulous older gentleman at the bar who entertained everyone with his friendly patter and welcoming attitude. The pub really needs to hire this guy but I think he was just a local using the pub as his living room and enjoying a pint (or a few).
After lunch we went to see the Roman baths that give Bath its name. These are a ...
... kitchen was closing in 5 minutes. Pete and I wouldn't have been so frenzied if it were a regular restaurant. But the Bibendum was a restaurant where you needed a dictionary when reading the menu. Fortunately I ordered the chef's specialty (fancy fish and chips). And I must say it was the most delicious fish and chips I have ever had. Though I must admit I've only had them twice before. :) Pete ordered the eggplant lasagna but when it came I ...
... nice places where your first impression of the ingredient is of its best representation. If one doesn't like it then, ok, but at least the ingredient got a fair shake. Too often, I hear someone say "I don't like xyz food", when they've only ever had a poorly prepared version (such as unseasoned, boiled vegetable or overcooked proteins. Restaurants like St Johns and Dinner by Heston are places where one can gain comfort with ...
... quiche and salad.
And then Connor decided he wanted to go to the Apple Store in Regent Street. So at 7pm we trekked out again (minus the aunties). Walked the same way as the previous night - and kept on round the corner of the circus - and found the M&M store, Hamley's Toy Store and the Apple Store. Happy boy Connor, got to try on an Apple watch, look at covers, and the new iMac. On the way back to the hotel Connor made me catch the ...