Saba Hotel London
Travel Blogs from London
... be Christmas without one would it?) we made our way round to the front of the wonderland to be greeted by most of London it seemed! The queue went on forever, and they were announcing an hour wait, so we sacked that off and went to Southbank to the Christmas market, which was nice, and had a chocolate section! Then we went back to the same restaurant we had had brunch in for a meal, but had to cut it short as Nath was feeling peaky again. It turns out that after ...
... 2900m, but many took the 4WD transport up. You might wonder why there is a gondola here, but this is a ski area with chairlifts and platters that have been destroyed by eruptions more than once in the past. The return down was much easier, reaching the base mid afternoon feeling mighty pleased at having saved ourselves over 120 Euro by hiking the whole 20kms! Left Catania for Siracusa further down the coast, ...
... while both Doug and Di chose the crispy cod on a bed of capers, potatoes and tomatoes. The freshly made lemonade was far too good for Wendy to pass on and Di tried a cloudy cherry juice. A very large section of the park was barricaded off and the redevelopment includes a learning centre amongst other things. A sign that winter is on the way was that the street ...
... while the girls wanted to see, read and hear everything. The only NZer we found was Ernest Rutherford. Absolutely amazing to see so many famous names in one place - there were so many memorials and graves there is barely any room left. No photography inside, unfortunately.
A change from curry for dinner - pasta tonight ;-)
Spent the evening packing. Listened to the Americas Cup final live on my iPhone - a bit disappointing.
... and the changing of the guards does not happen until tea time. But I managed to get a few pictures of the famous site. And before I left, I enjoyed a small ice cream cone in the shade to celebrate my last day and the long but adventurous month I have had. Now I am just relaxing and trying to get everything laid out to make packing quick and easy in the morning. Because I guarantee that I will get lost in the airport at least once tomorrow morning. ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility