Anchor House Hotel

Address: 10 West Heath Drive, London, England, NW11 7QH, United Kingdom | 3 star b&b
 
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This 3 star B&B, located in the Northwest/Regent Park area of London, is near Kenwood House, Fenton House, Old Hampstead Village, and Spaniards Inn.
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      A travel blog entry by yolosolo on Nov 29, 2014

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      ... the trip was fine. And I have a new best friend called Valium.


      London is a very pleasant 12 degrees on arrival and I got the Picadilly Line from the airport to Barbican with a change at St Pancras/Kings Cross. Stairs everywhere so I was glad I jettisoned some of my packed items before I left home.Everyone on the very packed tubes I rode on all day must have not slept ...

      London

      A travel blog entry by brimelowsontour on Oct 20, 2014

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      ... us girls ditched the boys and headed for the enormous Westfields Shopping Centre in Shepherds Bush. There is every shop imaginable from Tiffany & Gucci to Lego & Emma's personal favourite H & M. We whizzed around the shops like demons, making various purchases and getting our nails done before literally bumping into the boys. They were supposed to text when they were in the vicinity but Finn's phone was out of credit so it was good luck rather ...

      British Museum & Matilda

      A travel blog entry by stanfield24 on Sep 23, 2014

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      It's not often you can mosey about a place checking out stolen goods without fear of arrest. In this country it's called a visit to the museum. All 'justified' of course - if Lord Elgin hadn't sailed off with half the Parthenon in 1802 somebody else was bound to nick or trash it. Curious logic but they were probably right - the Turks had already blown half the place up in ...

      A little HXC & more

      A travel blog entry by daily4 on Aug 31, 2014

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      ... walking distance to all the parks I wanted to roam and not too hustly bustly. I think I saw a movie that night (Guardians of the Galaxy).

      day two I realized something was missing. Not being able to quite put my finger on it, I finally realized my drivers license was no longer in the stack of plastic I usually kept in my pockets. great. either I had left it in Winchester or it had fallen out in Paddington when I was desperately trying to ...

      Day 4 London

      A travel blog entry by jblackley on Jul 04, 2014

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      ... br>
      The Abbey was spectacular, the history mind blowing. Walking past the tombs of Kings and Queens and the amazing architecture was inspiring.

      We then caught a cruise boat down the Thames to Greenwich, which considering the weather was delightful, and very relaxing. Greenwich has some beautiful old buildings but everyone was heading up the hill to the Royal Observatory. Of course we followed suit - quite a steep ...