26 Hillgate Place

Address: 26 Hillgate Place, Notting Hill Gate, London, England, W8 7ST, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Holland Park area of London, is near Westminster, Ealing, Notting Hill Coronet, and The Grove Complementary Health Centre.
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      London Day out

      A travel blog entry by hobbsteri on Dec 08, 2014

      19 photos

      ... Grandpa, Marni and I were all watching from the front. Brody flew through and popped out in no time. However, on the flip side, Matt couldn't work the mirrored maze out and eventually the attendant went in and got him. Whilst we all found it very amusing, Marni was starting to get a little bit frustrated as it was her turn to go on the carousel!!!

      The day was capped off with a trip to Hamley's (I suspect it won't ...

      Karen and Mum's Tour of Europe & U.K. 1978

      A travel blog entry by krin52 on Dec 01, 2014

      14 photos

      ... at The Blacksmith's, and onto to Penrith and Keswick for the night.

      7 November : From Keswick, we rang home to Sydney. Down through the Lakes District, Grasmere, Windermere to Lancaster, Preston, and Southport for lunch - a bleak, windy, freezing seaside resort. On to Liverpool, my lord, a large industrial mess, and under the Mersey River by tunnel, about 2 miles. Through Birkenhead to Chester for the night, its an old Shakespearean looking town, black and white ...

      There was a Crooked Man

      A travel blog entry by europeandreamin on Oct 05, 2014

      ... many defunct Pubs. Upon arrival at the grocery store we headed for the diet coke for Dave. I bought him some chocolate digestive biscuits and spotted some Bird's custard powder at less than half the price I pay at home. I haven't been able to buy much because of the airline weight restrictions. Delta is a little more lenient so I will rearrange the suitcase and make room for the British goodies. I am still looking for Flake ...


      A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Sep 18, 2014


      I has a job.
      And talk about being British!
      I am bow working in London's oldest pub, Lamb and Flag. If you want to know more...look in every single guide book ever. It will be in ...

      Day 4 - Evening

      A travel blog entry by the10s on Sep 09, 2014

      22 photos

      ... on our own a bit. The jewels were georgeous, there was a diamond almost as big as my fist! There was even an awesome bejeweled sword. The Yeoman tour was hilarious. We learned about beheadings, grounds, buildings and other history of the Tower. I would recommend one if these tours to anyone, very entertaining and informative. The armory and mint were cool too. I've often heard about the armor of King Henry VIII and his famous codpiece, now I know why. ...