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Travel Blogs from London
... Kennsington tube station so I thought I would stop for a bite before tackling the museum. I chose somewhat poorly. A Creperie looked interesting, so I went in. It was loud and cold. The crepe, which was stuffed with smoked salmon, leeks and cheddar cheese, was prepared like a queseadilla, consequently the crepe was tough on the outside, and the smoked salmon was then overcooked. I like hard cider, so I ordered a half pint (an Imperial pint has 20 oz. rather ...
... in the aisle seat behind me. I soon figured out that they had wisely picked seats in different rows thinking that they might get the other spots to themselves. However, this happens very infrequently these days. I haven't been a non full flight in years. Used to, I could fly from Memphis to Knoxville with only like 12 other people on the plane. Ok, so I go in to crisis management mode. If i can't help this woman, she may actually start a scene. So, ...
... to hire the bikes that could take us through Hyde Park but encountered problems purchasing the tickets, so dropped that idea. Instead we kept walking and came across the memorial to Prince Albert, a magnificent monument dedicated to Queen Victoria's husband. We ended up at the Queens Gate and the Australian and New Zealand war memorials. We met up with our friend from, Wendy at Westminster Abbey and heard the bells ringing out, it was so majestic! From there ...
... Also it was a bit hard proving that we'd paid for the bikes to be on the train. The email confirmation had come through on the iPad but it had dropped off the email list. To try and prevent this being an issue Allan had tried sending a copy to both himself and Cecily but the emails kept coming out blank. The solution at the time was to save it to drop box - only issue then was that there was no WiFi at the station so we could not access dropbox. In the end the guy got ...
... right or you'll get roughly brushed aside, then they charge down the passages and onto the platform, jump onto their train sometimes literally skidding to a halt. You have to hurry, hurry, hurry because the next train won't arrive for another 1 or 2 minutes! It's all constant flowing movement - and that's not even describing rush hour because pretty much we stayed clear of that. Four out of ...
Other places to stay in London
Mayfair/Soho/West End, London | Hotelfrom $215
Covent Garden/Trafalgar Square/Piccadilly, London | Hotelfrom $117
Lancaster Gate, London | Hotelfrom $131
Shadwell, London | Hotelfrom $138