Monopole Hotel

Address: 98 Sussex Gardens, London, England, W2 1UH, United Kingdom | B&B
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This 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 travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on Dec 02, 2014

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      ... and fiction to non-fiction on every possible topic.

      Drink, Shop, & Do A strange mix of tea by day and fun bar by night, this is an eclectic tea shop that offers afternoon teas on Saturdays and Sundays. On other days of the week, the shop turns into a fun café where guests can play board games with their friends and have lunch. On weekend nights of Friday and Saturday, the café arranges a dance party where old school hits ...

      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 ...

      Hampton Court - Where's Wolsey?

      A travel blog entry by jwharam on Sep 02, 2014

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      ... gardens, at least 10 by my count, including a maze which was fun. Henry loved Hampton Court and moved here for the hunting - and probably to get out of what was then a very stinky London; and as with many places, it has evolved.

      The palace itself, shows the progression of the English monarchy and their affluence in Europe and the world. It was definitely a palace to impress and intimidate.


      Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red

      A travel blog entry by barbo on Aug 23, 2014

      2 comments, 22 photos

      ... the war broke out. She worked in a munition factory (some of which were hidden underground in the tube subways) and married an Australian soldier in I 919, sailing to Australia following their honeymoon and never seeing her parents again. The soldiers who guard the Crown Jewels are also those who guard Buckingham Palace and are from regular army units in between operational deployments. The line to see the ...

      Stuart's Birthday - Tower of London

      A travel blog entry by sa.hurley on Jul 05, 2014

      3 comments, 35 photos

      ... their settings for the coronation and then returned after the event. George IV then insisted that they the jewels should be purchased and permanently set. This has been the case since the early 20th century. After leaving the Tower we jump back on the bus, a quick drink at the Ship and Shovel and home for a quick change into glam cloths to join our dinner cruise along the Thames for Stuart's birthday. Hopped onto Harmony and shown our table for two by ...