Royal London Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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On Sunday morning we woke to a dull and dismal rainy day (the first wet day we have had in England). When it was time to go to the train station the rain was really coming down. We drove to the station and although we had some wet weather protection still got a little wet. Where the ticket machine was located even though it was under cover rain water was flooding over the machine making it inoperable. Whilst waiting for the train ...
... dinner. It was a lovely evening out, and gave us an insight into the Crystal Palace area. In my guide book, it’s listed as a 'undiscovered London gem’!
Keeping with the theme of a mini Olympics, LYG finals week has a borough village, opening and closing ceremonies, hospitality tent and VIPS.
Media have their own hub onsite, which we called media hub and it was located inside the main arena with great views over ...
... Wimbledon. Tonight we saw The Commitments at the Palace theatre. Just fantastic. Great music, great show. The encore was amazing the audience went crazy.
Mole’s on laundry duty, at least there is a laundry in the hotel. Good news
this will be the last laundry run until we get home. Thank god for the Black
we went to Portobello ...
... since we left the theatre.
We picked up a quick bite of food in the train station across the street and headed back to our apartment singing all the way. What a perfect end to the day. Tomorrow we explore more of London!
... disappointed, ******, and tired all at once as I did leaving London.
I definitely loved it but one day just wasnt enough at all. But still, we came, we saw, and we kinda conquered!
Surprisingly, although I was anticipating London to be by far my all time favorite, where I went next surprised all of us by how much we absolutely fell in love with it!!
London you were great, I love you, but maybe not the same way as I did before I met you.