Gower Hotel

Address: 129 Sussex Gardens, London, England, W2 2RX, United Kingdom | 2 star b&b
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This 2 star B&B, located in the Lancaster Gate area of London, is near Hyde Park, Diana Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain, Hyde Park Stables, and Ross Nye Stables.
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      A little time in London

      A travel blog entry by rachel_spencer on Feb 02, 2015

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      ... a (very) quick look around the British museum where we saw some mummies.

      We then all headed to find the place we were booked in for dinner and after getting a little lost we finally found it. We had a nice dinner and then we were off again to the Royal Albert hall. We got the tube and then walked and got there pretty quickly. My Aunty and Uncle had got us tickets to see Cirque De Solei which was a great show. The hall was huge and we had a good view of all the ...

      Stay in Sussex Gardens London Hotels

      A travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on Dec 13, 2014

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      ... in 1823 by the use of Indian architecture and Chinese interiors. There is a gift shop right outside the Pavilion for those who want to buy gifts and souvenirs; you just need to follow the suitable timings to access the gift shops and the café located at the pavilion.

      Sussex gardens is amongst one of the most beautiful places to visit in England and with this list of places to visit in the city, we are sure you will have a lot on your plate.


      Visiting Trafalgar Square

      A travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on Oct 17, 2014

      ... 8217; is directed towards the River Thames, where his fleet once lay and where his body was carried after he was killed during the Battle of Trafalgar.

      The Fourth Plinth

      The Fourth Plinth was originally constructed as an equestrian statue in 1841 but was left empty when the money ran out. It is now a well known site for contemporary sculpture with different works being displayed for between 12 and ...

      Back in London

      A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Sep 23, 2014

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      ... and I have lamb with apricots, prunes and pears in a spicy cinnamon sauce. It’s delicious.

      Monday we are fresh and ready to see some sites. Since we’ve seen most of the must see places we’ve decided to hit some of the other things there is never time for. We start with the Charles Dickens home and museum just a 10 minute walk away. Dickens lived here for 2 years when he wrote the Picwick Papers. Two of ...

      Day out in London

      A travel blog entry by bridiebridie86 on Aug 20, 2014

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      We had breakfast at the hotel and we took the tube to oval station and walked up to my cousin Rachel's place. Went to a supermarket and admired the ultra cheap beers, ciders and bought some tolblarone cookies which were kinda stale and gross. Met the kids who we're really shy and got on the bus into the touristy part of town. Rupert warmed up to Luke and was a bit hyper. We got off the bus ...