The White Hart Hotel
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- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
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After two and half days in Paris, and a day of bus trip from Paris, I
was all set to see London. I was sad to leave Paris of course.. I had
discovered a new found energy and almost a 'new me' who can do anything
in life. But London was an entirely different story. Since I was a
child, I've seen people visiting London and bringing us
gifts/souvenirs..so for me it even London was foreign to me, it felt
familiar. Having an extended family there ...
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Okay, so I stink at blogging so far! Between the unbelievably TIRED and how busy we have tried to keep ourselves to stay awake during daylight hours . . At any rate - a wonderful day of touring around the highlights of London yesterday, and went to see Billy Elliott at the theatre last night, which was wonderful. Oh yeah, and we have managed to stop in a few pubs for a pint at regular intervals . . ...
Whilst the fellows were on their pub tour Megan, the kiddies and I went to Kingston to return some school clothing and to purchase some haberdashery items for me to sew on name labels on all of Layla's new school uniforms. She will be starting big school after they return from school holidays in September. We had lunch at Pizza Express (a family favourite) before returning home to start the sewing. Megan was pleased that I was available to do ...
... walls that we could see.
Then on to the Tower of London. The Chaille family lived at Mint in the Tower in the early 1820s. The Mint was east of the Tower and behind St Katherine's Dock - bounded by Cartwright St on the east side and East St on the southside (Rosemary Street was on the north and King street on the west). We walked around the Tower - down the west side and then back east to the ...