The Alexander Pope
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Here and now we choose to travel. Even if that mean to stay in the same place for the next few minutes. Oh, and please be understanding. English isn't my first language so be prepared for mistakes. And dear travelers our journey has its origin in London. Or somewhere else. You decide. Welcome and enjoy the ...
... more relaxed and again different to the vibrant and more beach cultured Florida.
Both Meg and James loved it, for very different reason of course. Meg compared the US prices to ones at home and loved how cheap thing were at the shops in the US. Where as James suddenly had all the flavours of Mountain Dew, M&M's and Pringles crisps available to the human race and him. He also loved the food as did his Dad.
... trip was beginning to look like 9 hours. And of course I had to go and share my bugs with Grandy and Nanny and about an hour before we landed, Nanny got it full on, cold sweats and feeling real sick. Thankfully she came good n time to get off the plane. After walking what seemed like a million miles to get to customs we see this huge line of people. That just about did me in. about an hour later we got outside to our very patient ...
Yesterday we had to be at the theatre at 3.00. We had booked seats to watch Mama Mia. We left the apartment and the day was warm and balmy.We mapped out a route and headed off.We headed to Charing Cross Road to the London Portrait Gallery. This was founded in 1856 and has a permanent collection of around 10,000 works. There are displays of famous people from the 15th century through to the present day,starting with the early Tudors on the top floor ...
... guardsmen got back in formation and marched out the central gate and around the Victoria Memorial fountain where we were standing. They continued marching, as the bands played on, down the Mall back to Whitehall. All said and done, it was worth the time spent here to see such spectacle.
Dashing off (on foot) hoping to go inside Westminster Abbey, we found the back of the line at 1.5 hours long. Not willing ...