Stanhill Court Hotel
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... can think of available, beautiful meal and very comfortable lounge seats and this is only the beginning. We were quite restrained with orange, lemonade and coffee, but I do have a nice glass of champagne next to me too and Dave has a wine. Fillet steak for dinner, who could ask for more.
Everything is so very civilised.......
Today we had a free day in London and it was much needed. I was able to see Big Ben, Westminster Abbey and Buckingham Palace. All these places are very important to London and even the United Kingdom. I wasn't able to go inside Westminster yet, but hopefully I'll be able to do that tomorrow. Big Ben was an awesome monument to see, the gold on it could shine for miles, which was very impressive. I didn't realize how tall ...
... so maybe that's the reason. We have been to St Paul's Cathedral, for 'A Celebration of Christmas', with the Cathedral Choir, The City of London Sinfonia and 4 actors, including Sheila Hancock. It was held on Thursday evening last week, at 6.30pm. It was not a ticketed event, so advice was to come early to queue, as the doors would open at 5.30pm. We joined the already lengthy queue soon after 4.30pm, in the cold and dark. The British do queues so well! It was very orderly, ...
After about 11.5 hours we were approaching Delhi and, following the advice of an Indian on our train we prepared to leave the train before our final destination. The Indian trains - especially the long distance expresses - are remarkably good at timekeeping and often stop at stations for a very short time. We had been told to get off at Delhi Cant, which is fairly close to the airport, and knew we had only about a 2 minute stop. As we got our bags ready ...
... food to clothes to makeup even cars. We ended not buying anything but it was an amazing shop. I learnt that harrods was the first shop in London to install elevators. On our walk back we came across a French resturant the we had dinner at. I had a french quiche, mum had a salad and Joel had a French pie. Overall, it was a kind of relaxed day and we had no pressure to do anything. We made our way back to the apartment and ...