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London has been great. We are staying at the victory club because my mum used to be in the airforce and as she is a member I am able to stay here as her guest. We are in a newly rennovated part of the hotel and it is clean, comfortable and convienient. So very convieninient. On our first evening here we went for a stroll down oxford street which is …
You know, you watch the customs shows for the UK and Australia and you think that when you get off the plane from anywhere you are going to have horde of customs and immigration people pointing you over for a frisk search... So I was greatly surprised to have nothing at all happen to me when I passed through customs at Heathrow.
We ambled …
My fears of snow overnight have been proven wrong. After *Finally* getting to sleep in the wee small hours of this morning I awoke to find the day overcast and cold, but at least dry.
I had made arrangements today to catch up with Dad's cousind Graeme and his family out in Chessington Surrey. Breakfast done and a call to Jo (Graemes wife) …
Oh I know perfectly well why I am not asleep... I was dumb and had a bag sugary goodness in the form of Jelly Belly beans this evening... Now I am very wide awake... I would have done better to down a couple of expressos I think!
So... to that end... I will post the details of my flight home in case anyone is barking enough to come out and …
Well today was a bit of a mixed bag.
Weather wise, I wouldn't be surprised if we get snow again overnight - despite Sunday being a relatively warm day, today has been a chilly little bugger! Breath steaming from shoppers like a flock of irate dragons!
Mum has asked me for a little Bobby and a Beefeater as my little something from …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsVictory Services Club London
Clean, comfortable, friendly staff, safe, pretty much anything you need- but no bar fridge, handy for keeping real milk for a cup of tea or tonic for your gin, but not absolutely necessary. The hotel staff were ready to help if needed, booking shows and taxis. But when we booked a show with a meal deal if I was the concierge I would have perhaps given us a hint as to the poor quality of the restaurant I chose. Having no idea about either one I chose the european over indian and in retrospect, and given the reaction from a couple of cabbies it is not a restaurant with a good reputation. Also we were here on the day of the demonstrations about pensions and that morning we mentioned that we were headding off to spend the day at the National gallery, it wasn't until we got there that we discovered this was the site where the demonstration was starting and the gallery was partly closed and much of that part of town was blocked off- a heads up from the concierge would have been handy. Having said that the breakfast was good with plenty of choice to suit both of us, I have food alergies and often hotel breakfasts offer little choice for someone alergic to artificial food preservatives, colourings and flavourings. We did have a bit of a giggle on our first morning as we approached the breakfast room and found a sea of grey and balding heads. Would I reccomend this hotel. Absolutely. The location was coonvienient to everything we wanted to see and do, it's right on the corner of Hyde Park and it was a lovely stroll to Buckingham palace. It was even close enough for a crisp chilly walk home from the theatre after our show. We stayed in the centenary wing which has recently been refurbished and it is quiet so the sleep quality was great.
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