Avoca House Hotel

Address: 46 Belsize Park, London, England, NW3 4EG, United Kingdom | 2 star b&b
 
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Location

This 2 star B&B, located in the Hampstead area of London, is near Freud Museum, College Farm, Hampstead Museum, and Maryon Park.
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      London Baby!!

      A travel blog entry by megz194 on Feb 09, 2015

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      What an awesome weekend! After taking the 7:30am train ride, we arrived 50 minutes later. Like all good tourists, we bought a starbucks and waited for Shana's friend to come and join our sightseeing tour!

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      A travel blog entry by stedders on Oct 22, 2014

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      ... decline we bought our entry at 15 pound each. The museum supposedly exhibits a timeline of travel in London, however it's more a theme park than a museum. It probably didn't help that there were many school groups in the museum making a huge racket as they jump from exhibit to exhibit loudly pressing every button attached to an exhibit. The museum was also filled with bored au pairs looking after bored children. The was no narrative to the exhibits ...

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      ... made for bathing in. The city grew around it, and is now one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. I definitely want to go back and spend some time there. That night, we went on a pub crawl, and got to experience London’s night life.  The third day started out with a walking tour of South London. This area is known best for its dark history and its street art. This was where Jack the Ripper resided, and is now an area populated by mostly immigrants from ...