Redland House Hotel

52 Kendal Street, London, England, W2 2BP, United Kingdom | B&B
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Chilling in London

A travel blog entry by jeanine.rossouw

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We walked pass parliament, big ben, over the river Thames and towards the London eye so I could be touristy and take photos. We walked through some gorgeous Christmas markets with lots of delectable treats such as fudge, mulled wine, gingerbread houses and toys. We stopped in at a pub named Nottingham for some mulled wine and a pub meal. I had a chicken mushroom pie which was huge and Joel fortunately helped me demolish it.

As we cruised back we caved in an all got ...

A Taste Of The Blitz

A travel blog entry by lucyando

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... periodically which gave the eerie feel of being in The Blitz. It was fascinating to hear the recorded stories of the people who worked in the war rooms and what it was like - all were sworn to secrecy and couldn't even tell their families where they were working. One woman didn't tell her family until 10 years after the war was over; at the time, when her mother asked her where she was working, her answer was "in an office". I spent the afternoon ...

A day in london

A travel blog entry by cbail32

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... to try and get served. So address and gps on the phone set we headed down Whitechapel road (this whole day has been one giant monopoly game). It was amazing how quickly we left the ornate buildings and began walking past 1970's brick flats. We finally found the place and it was pumping. Food was fantastic and nothing like the Indian I have had before. I didn't recognise most of the things except naan bread. Delicious but a little spicy. In fact my nose ...

Day Forty Five

A travel blog entry by sarahpursell

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... We felt like nachos so decided to go back to the restaurant and have our final dinner in the same place we had our first dinner, Chiquitos. We were staving as we hadn't really had anything to eat since our waffles so the nachos and potato skins went down a treat. We then went back into the M&Ms store for another wander before jumping back on the tube and heading back to the hostel to pack our bags and prepare for our departure ...

A Tale of Two Cities

A travel blog entry by kristenrenee

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4

... and for such an incredible bargain, at that. I was in room 314 and it's, coincidentally, the same room I'd stayed in the week before. Wheeling my luggage down the hall felt like coming home and I was so comfortable being there again. Unfortunately, Adam had to work that night and so we couldn't have a thank you drink. I went up to The Jam Cupboard crossing my fingers that they would have THE soup, but it was potato ...

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This B&B, located in the Marylebone area of London, is near Hyde Park, Diana Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain, Marble Arch, and Lloyd's Building.
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