57 Pont Street Hotel

57 Pont Street, London, England, SW1X 0BD , United Kingdom | Hotel

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A travel blog entry by lct570


... Pedro el Blanco and part send off for our travels, it was great to see so many friends turn up to sip cocktails with us, evidentially Lisa sipped one too many. Today has been a combination of searching for last minute items, trekking around London, squeezing in a final 'Yo Sushi Feast' and in Lisa's case feeling slightly sorry for herself whilst being a fellow pack horse swaddled ...

London comes to an end

A travel blog entry by lerato.t


I met up with Amina and her Boyfriend yesterday at Falla. Then we went to The Enterprise for one last drink before I left. It was really sad saying goodbye to everyone because I don't know when I will see them again. I went to Caro's office for a drink. I got off at the wrong station and started walking in the wrong direction for ...

Goodbye London, Ciao Firenze

A travel blog entry by steph.parham


... therefore I was not impressed by it at all. After that we went to Harrods which was one of the most amazing shopping centers I have ever seen. It was five floors, and took up about five blocks of space! It was however, very expensive. The rest of the day was uneventful, just us heading home to Florence! This trip was much easier than getting there. The London Stansted ...

London - A week of hunting

A travel blog entry by rachbritton


... trick, and we now have a couple of new recipes to add to our pile! The weekend Sunday I applied for a role in events and marketing at the University College London. I loved my time at university and being on campus around ambitious, intellectual people. The UCL's mission is about ensuring that intellectual and cultural resources are easily accessible to the public, and engaging in all levels of community through education. It feels like a lot of what I learnt at ...

Time is marching by...

A travel blog entry by monroefischer


... penchant for queuing (getting in a line), as the doors open everyone pushes forward, even though there are people inside who are trying to get out. The Red Sea parts and they are allowed out as the waiting passengers get on. If there is a seat - wonderful. If not, you hang on to one of the bars around the entrance ways or above your head as you move down the passage. You could see them in the photo in entry number four. If you are not lucky enough to get a ...


This hotel, located in the Westminster/Belgravia area of London, is near Baker & Spice, Rigby & Peller, Arthur Morrice, and La Reserve.
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