Presidential Kensington

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London observations

A travel blog entry by alchandler on Jul 09, 2013

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It has been a long time since I have been a tourist in London. In fact other than maybe my first week, I don't know if I ever really played that role. Today, I went to the v and a museum which was a first. I walked around the streets of earls court and thought way back when when my life pretty much revolved around a one block radius, I worked in a …

On the buses

A travel blog entry by ngjordan


... After just a quick look around on the ground level, we exited the building, and jumped back in the bus, intending to return to St Paul's in what we expected was a 1 hour trip. London's traffic caught us by surprise, and after a little over 2 hours we made it to our destination. A leisurely stroll back to the hotel followed, with room service dinner to allow us to pack for Paris in the morning and turn in after a tiring few days in ...

Tea & Theatre

A travel blog entry by cleanslate


... of the day accomplished by 10am.

Fresh from our success with theatre tickets, we hopped the tube to Baker Street. Dear Friends, we certainly hoped to catch a glimpse of Benedict Cumberbatch (Holmes) and Martin Freeman (Watson) emerging from 221B Baker Street; alas, there is no such address, and no Benedict today,
either. Nonetheless, just around the corner on Chiltern Street are several shops all within a block, geared to those of ...

16:04 o'clock thoughts

A travel blog entry by daniellechalk


... impending doom that washes over you as you board a Ryan Air flight. 14. That Ryan Air discriminates against those who enjoy living their life in a tandem universe that plays out like a Final Destination movie. 15. The dude who just inquired if my Nirvana sweatshirt was an American brand name (deserves to be eviscerated, but I've seen an episode or two of locked up abroad and the police force has really brushed up their skills since the Jack ...

The long day out

A travel blog entry by babsbusch


... time we were done it had gone 8pm and Dan and Steph had to catch their train back up north and we were pretty tired so headed back to the flat.
Most nights we have been going to bed by 11 as I am awake around 7am and Zach earlier. My desk job has also not helped me prepare to be on my feet for so long although the new boots are working out great so far with very few sore spots on my feet :-)



This condo, located in the Knightsbridge/Earl's Court/Kensington area of London, is near Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, Jack the Ripper Walking Tour with London Walks, and Lakeside Shopping Center.
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