The Royal Foundation of St Katharine
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Around 30 hours after boarding the plane in Cairns, we finally set foot outside an airport on arrival in London. The flight(s) were long but reasonably uneventful. It was nice to experience one of the newer passenger jets going around in the Airbus A380. Individual 'on-demand' entertainment terminals at each seat made passing the long hours a little less mundane. We were ...
... the restroom so we went up to the second floor and found it. It was lovely and there were attendants in there. We decided it was time to eat so we went down the escalator and out the side door where we found a bench to sit on to eat our lunch. Then we went back to the bus stop and had to wait 35 minutes for a bus. The rumor was that there was another accident at Hyde Park Corner and traffic was even in a worse snarl. The Big Bus dropped ...
... the changing of the Guard. It was initially built as a Town House in the early 1700's and was first occupied by Queen Victoria in 1837.
Along with thousands of other tourists we tried to get the best viewing spot, We were not disappointed and had a great view of the march and the changing of the guards. At one stage the band played "When the Saints go Marching In" and we immediately thought of Marg W and Harry. At ...
... miss things (because I AM missing things). I'm basically only catching key words and sentences here and there, EMBRYOS, OLFACTORY ORGANS, NEMOTOADS, you get the gist. There was some great skull stuff in there too, but mostly cave bears and such. There has not been one mention of the Gibraltar Neand other than that picture. I'm so confused, I hope I find something. I also haven't seen a single letter. So far Busk is such ...
... are King and can request whatever they want – due to scarcity, many tenants have to abide by their rules. The first flat we saw, we absolutely loved. It was in small, residential area but the entire flat was about half the size of our apartment back home (which you know was very small). It had only 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, kitchen and living room. We placed an offer on it simply because it ...