Stanhill Court Hotel
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... I've ever seen a squirrel so that was awesome as well. //Speaking of things you need to pay for, we also found out today, that you have to pay to use public toilets... Only 20pents but still. So after a lovely walk, under some trees we arrives at Buckingham Palace, cameras armed and ready. The place just reeks of grandeur, for obvious reasons, and the amount of gold plated ornaments on the fencing and just in general, everywhere, astounded me. After we had taken our photos and seen ...
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This was a nice wrap up to a great day and by now it was time to head back to our flat to relax and plan tomorrows activities so we hopped the tube again back to Earls Court were our little grocery store is conveniently located on the way home. As the beverages aren’t the greatest Terry and I split up and headed to another store that we have been frequently returning to and stopped to pick up a couple of things before heading ...
... and go to the Churchill War Rooms. This is in the basement under the Treasury building. It includes the Cabinet War Rooms and the Churchill Museum. The British Cabinet ran World War 2 from the Cabinet War Rooms. The complex included a cabinet meeting room, a large map room, a communications room with a hot line to President Roosevelt, sleeping quarters for Churchill, his cabinet and all the staff, and a kitchen. Prior to the war it was a series of store rooms. The existence ...
... Hyde park & saw the memorial statue of king Albert & then we continues through to go & see princess Diana's memorial (which was just a waterfall river thing) & then we ended up walking right through to Buckingham palace. The gates were open with police with guns standing by, no idea what was going on though, I suggested we go to a free tour tonight which is based around Jack the Ripper, ...
... kitchen). We had the chance to take turns roasting the beef over the large fire. I guess it makes sense why King Henry the VIII was not a small man. I'm also thankful to not have been a wife of King Henry VIII or to have ever crossed the man...certainly resulted in many beheadings and it was so interesting to learn the stories behind each. We even had the chance to walk the hallway said to be haunted by his fifth wife, Catherine Howard, that was executed on ...