The King`s Wardrobe Serviced Apartments by BridgeStreet
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
- Microwave in room
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... to Oxford and I envy those who are able to study there.
Today, I had a list of things I wanted to get done for my last day in London. In order to save time, I'll keep them in the list form.
- Get my picture in a red telephone booth, check.
- See the Rosetta Stone and Easter Island Statue at the British Museum, check.
- Find Pricewaterhouse Coopers in London, check.
- Buy souvenirs, check.
- Go on the London Eye, check. (It was ...
... My Oyster card then chose that exact hideously inconvenient time to run out of funds so I got separated from our little group. They all went through the barriers, I didn't, and because my voice still hasn't come back properly from my cold/cough combo nobody heard my shouting over the masses. Being a tube station there's no easy way to get out the way you came in as everything is streamlined in the one 'efficient' direction to get everyone through ...
... well as Lancaster Gate Stations is nearby, providing the visitor of the inn easy right of entry to all sections of the city.
Guests residing in this inn are privileged as of their nearness to the iconic Hyde Park, which has the famous Speakers' Area with its magnificent past, and the Serpentine Lake that is the perfect location for rowing, boating and swimming. The recreational area itself is a blossoming ...
... route took us through many parts of London. Down beautiful boulevards and past small mansions and also through immigrant areas with neon signs in foreign languages, which was an interesting juxtaposition.
The bus took us past us past Marble Arch and down Park Lane, where we saw car dealers selling million dollar cars.
We left the bus at Harrods to experience the street and the stores that ...
... the hotel and you will want to complete the check-in formalities as soon as possible so that you can see your room and its facilities and then take a well-deserved rest after a gruelling flight. You start to decide in your mind whether you still have some in the day to move out and see at least one of the nearby attractions or whether you would like to relax in the lounge with a drink and dine at the in-house restaurant.