Stanhill Court Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... s improvements, it became one of the most modern palaces in England. Anne Boyle visited this palace for her honeymoon and King Henry's other wife, Kateryn Parr, was at the palace for her honeymoon. Henry's son was born there in 1537 (Edward VI) and his christening was held at the palace in the Chapel Royal (beautiful, but no photos allowed). Soon after gaining the throne in 1689, William III and Mary II commissioned Sir Christopher Wren to rebuild Hampton Court ...
... t have put together by myself. Les And Keren walked across Abbey Road just like on the iconic Beatles album cover (I took photos :) ) In the afternoon Les and I went to Hyde Park to see Princess Diana's memorial and stroll along the Serpentine. What a fabulous area for people to enjoy. Took photos of different birds for Mum and Dee :) The Holocaust Memorial Gardens are very beautiful, and best of all there are SQUIRRELS!! They are much smaller than ...
... ticket line we went. After deciding to grab a McDonald's burger in the station to have a taste of home. It's funny here they sell beer at McDonalds!! After we headed to the Globe theatre which we could not tour at the time due to shows so we went a couple doors down to the Tate Modern (a huge modern art studio). At this point we had some extra time on our hands and headed to see the HMS Belfast which was super cool!! An ...
... because the 'Smart phone' is too small for old eyes to read a book on and I can't be bothered trying to faff around with the touch screen keyboard. I am beginning to wonder if I would have been better to stick to the netbook and BlackBerry.
I guess this is going to be another HoHum day in paradise!
... by the Catholic Church and became St Thomas More, his body was then re-interred to the Chapel inside the Tower of London where he lies still. It is believed that his daughter brought his head and it has was buried at St Dunstans Church, Canterbury, (I will be going there just after Christmas). I could ramble on all night about the Tower of London but I won't bore you with too many details, needless to say, it is truly an amazing place to visit. So around ...