Stanhill Court Hotel
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I worked off the calories from tea by taking in the rest of the sights in Kensington Gardens, including the Round Pound, where model boats are often sailed, the Italian Garden, the Serpentine, and the park’s famous statue of Peter Pan. I also saw lots and lots of dogs out for their afternoon walks. Many of them were ...
... sit for a while before our walking tour begins. We decide on Italian, with a view of the front of the cathedral. It doesn't take long, about half way through the meal, before I start coughing again, annoying everyone and making me lose my appetite. Blessedly it stops before we head out to find our tour guide. He's easy to spot, being 6 feet tall and dressed as death. His name is Sean and he's fantastic. He's got a real Shakespearian voice, commanding the attention ...
... Gardens for free with my membership! It was only a half hour walk from my house so I didn't even have to pay for transport, wonderful! They have some big grounds! I had no idea it was there but I will go back as I only saw half of the gardens. I can't really remember much as I forgot to write about it afterwards! (Same as my entire tour..) but the third Earl of Burlington designed Chiswick House, getting his inspiration from ...
... I ordered some carbonara and a lemonade. The dish came out and was literally sitting in a bowl of oil. It did not look appetizing and my eyes did not deceive me this time around. After the rather expensive and foul dinner I left that place and headed to my gate which required a train to access it. I picked up a kit kat and twix and sat at my gate for the remaining time and waited to board. As I reached the front of ...
... time except a 20 minute break which mum and I spent at Paul's eating doughnuts and pizza. The guide on the tour wasn't as good as the other guides we have had this holiday. But he wasn't too bad. He took us pretty much all around London. St Paul's cathedral , Shakespeare Globe, Kensington Palace and Buckingham Palace. At Buckingham Palace the guards weren't changing for some weird reason - so instead we saw the horse guard changing which is just as interesting. I ...