Old Etonian Hotel
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The last compulsory early morning happened today. We had a bit of trouble finding the breakfast room. Reception said " behind the bar", so we went looking. There was only one other doorway out of the bar, so we looked through there, and way down the corridor we could see some movement. Yes we had found it and we were in a room to ourselves still further out of the way. Is there a stigma attached to tour groups? On the motorway all ...
... loved being able to have a photo with people that they loved or admired (that wasn't limited to the kids).
From Tussauds we made our way to Abbey Road to do the cross walk thing the Beatles did in 1969 outside Abbey Road Studios. The poor buggers that use that road for their comute. How frustrating with a bunch of old Beatles fans wandering to and fro across the worn out cross walk, must be a drivers nightmare. The Italians wouldn't go for that, they'd run you ...
... London were great! It was nice to have a personal tour guide show me the area. But from driving on the wrong side of the road and dodging people on the side walk, cause every one is confused if you are suppose to walk on the left side of the side walk as well, I have to say goodbye to London and the fabulous wine, good food, and great people…. Now to see where the Big Bird takes me….. ...
... questions and searching for clues. Inside the safe was of course Lego.
Lego land was great but didn't have any scary rides which was a bit disappointing for me and Yassy.
We spent lots of time in the parks, mainly Hyde Park, Kensington Park, and the Green Park. It is so green and we all loved seeing and feeding all the squirrels.
The people in London were all lovely, and very helpful. I am sure they must get sick of all us tourists asking ...
... and wouldn't be fe opening until 15 September! Lovely courtyard surrounded by various courts and chambers, shady trees and numbers of Londoners enjoying their lunch break. We needed lunch and found a lovely little cafe called Apostrophe - everything very fresh. No one was quite prepared to suggest where to go next as we were not sure if, being a Monday, whatever we chose would be open! So we decided to drop down to the river and walk along ...