Notting Hill Apartments By Bridgestreet

Address: 74 - 76 Princes Square, London, England, W2 4NY, United Kingdom | Condo
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This condo, located on 74 - 76 Princes Square, London, is near Samares Manor, La Seigneurie, Greve de Lecq, and The Avenue.
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    They're here!

    A travel blog entry by turkey_to_tt on Jun 25, 2015

    6 comments, 42 photos

    ... to the hotel absolutely exhausted - especially Grams and Grampy!

    We left London on Monday morning bound for Bath but we had a couple of stops on the way. First we went to Windsor for breakfast sitting opposite the Castle in a café. We decided not to wait around for the changing of the guard as it was drizzling rain and we had places to go!

    Next stop was Stonehenge on the Salisbury Plain. Today was 22nd June. If we had been at Stonehenge on the ...

    The sceptre makes it to London

    A travel blog entry by bvrlymm on Apr 15, 2015

    5 comments, 36 photos

    ... and its contents reflect that purpose in that most of the exhibitions are applied art. Furniture, jewelry, fashion, silver and ceramics. The building itself is a work of art and the garden courtyard a perfect retreat from the bustle of London.

    St. Paul's is magnificent, both inside and out. The views from the outer gallery of the dome, reached by climbing well over 200 steps, are worth the exertion. The London skyline in its 360 degree glory ...

    Big Ben: the iconic symbol of Great Britain

    A travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on Jan 27, 2015

    ... the Palace of Westminster reflects the rather intricate history of democracy in the country that gradually developed over the centuries, when it was ruled by monarchs and the Church, until people began to elect their own leaders to govern them. The medieval structure has served as the platform of democracy in modern day Britain whose foundations were laid by Edward I's Model Parliament way back in ...

    M&Ms and a girl called Cath

    A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Oct 31, 2014

    ... We got there and the first thing to pass all of their lips was 'geez you're skinny!'. Maybe I should go back on my traveller diet. Might do me some good. I always had energy and I was losing weight.
    I had a brief catch up, helped Katie buy a handtowel and then got ingredients as I was cooking tonight.
    I think being brought up in a 4 person family where ...

    London, BABY!

    A travel blog entry by gthznathan on Oct 19, 2014

    485 photos

    ... with their guards on horseback following them. Was that it? Do we leave? Do we stay? There was a police constable standing behind us. Mum asked him if that was it and he was nice enough to chat with Mum about all things from the Queen returning to all the foods to try around Europe. And then it happened. The horses could be heard returning, first some police on horseback, followed by the guards and then the Jubilee State Coach with HM The Queen and the ...