No 5 Doughty Street

Address: 5 Doughty Street, London, England, WC1N 2PL, United Kingdom | 4 star condo
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This 4 star condo, located on 5 Doughty Street, London, is near Royal National Theatre, Dickens House Museum, Regent's Canal, and Foundling Museum.
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Ray and Phil's Pub Tour of Historic London Pubs

A travel blog entry by helseyj on Aug 09, 2014

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... details of the £2.3m heist. The Olde Mitre Tavern - Elizabeth I (one story goes that she danced around a cherry tree that is still there). The Crown Tavern, Clerkenwell Lenin used to drink at The Crown Tavern – or the Crown and Anchor as it was then – before revolutionary matters took him to Russia. Needless to say the fellows arrived home very happy after a great day out exploring the history of socialising at the local drinking ...

Free Day in London

A travel blog entry by lindakhaas on Jul 22, 2014

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... on this long journey another couple from our tour got on the bus and sat right behind us.

We finally arrived at Harrod's about 1:00. We went in and went to the Food Court which has wonderfully tiled floors and walls and the ceiling are also decorated. We looked around there for a while and finally ended up in an area where they sold sandwiches etc. We got a Chicken Caesar wrap and Larry got a coke for our lunch. We needed ...

A Day in London

A travel blog entry by chezann on Jun 25, 2014

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... Palace via Westminster Abbey and St. James Park. Westminster Abbey, was a former Benedictine Monastery of the 11th Century, William the Conqueror was crowned here in 1066 and it is now the place where Royal Ceremonials are held, Queen Elizabeth's Coronation in 1953, Princess Di's Funeral in 1997 and Will and Kate's Wedding in 2011, just to name a few. We Continued on to Buckingham Palace, the official home of the Queen, ...

London is crazy

A travel blog entry by paigeazmt on May 29, 2014

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Another day in the Royal College of Surgeon's archives. Moved more slowly today, went through 5 boxes yesterday and only 2 today. Read a bunch of his lectures that he gave as the Hunterian Professor in 1846-49, his notes on other people's articles, and other boring stuff. Busk's handwriting is extremely difficult for me to read, it's pretty frustrating. I have to keep reminding myself that this is just an exploratory mission and ...

Visiting London!

A travel blog entry by lillysch on Apr 15, 2014


... see a play. I chose to see The Book of Mormon and it was very funny and a kind of inappropriate play. It was very good and I enjoyed it. We had to take the tube (London's subway) around town today. The Londoners call it the chube because that is how they pronounce it with their accent. Tomorrow is going to be another exciting day because we are visiting the British Museum and taking the Eurostar train to ...