Stansted Skyline Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... College London and the Victoria & Albert Museum.
The park location is adjacent the expansive Westfields Stratford shopping complex. Easy access to the Stratford International Station means 6 minute train journeys to London St Pancras or 12 minutes to Ebbsfleet International Station.
Check it out - you won't be disappointed!
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... but it will be hard to forget the quaintness of the English countryside or the park like neatness of Lake District vistas. It wasn't all old stuff though. London was full of young hipsters enjoying modern art and architecture and utterly ignoring the stuffy historical stuff around them. It felt like a young lively city and not a museum. Then there were the art galleries and museums. Back home we rarely get into arguments the nature of art. Was Turner any good? Does real ...
... we went with Jan to Aldi up the road for a bit of grocery shopping. When you go to the register, you put everything back in your cart/basket and walk to the counter and pack the bags there. I packed up Jan and Nanny's bags - I strangely enjoyed it! There were two very attractive males working at the registers...can you say awkward eye contact?!
It was a relaxing morning and ...
... 8.30 exhausted and hungry Meal in usual restaurant December 2 Ordered wake up call so down for breakfast by 9. Packed and stored suitcases, paid bill Town by courtesy bus to Museum of History. It was closed! Walked around a variety of side streets, found Austin Avenue. St Andrews Church Park with flamingos. Quick visit to Heritage Centre Cashed in Octopus cards Back to hotel for a couple of hours Had tea looking over harbour Walked around outside having learned some Punjabi from ...
by 5:30am, a combo of jet lag and excitement got me up and moving. By 8am, we decided to get Matt up. He was very sleepy and fussed about wakinf up so early. Eventually, we got out and headed over to John's flat so we could meet up and head out to the museum of Childhood. Got there about 11:30am. Matt spent forever invthe War games exhibit while we girls loved looking at the toys of our youth. I was absolutely fascinated by the dollhouses. Had to leave by 1pm as we ...