The Lexham Apartments

Address: 32-38 Lexham Gardens, London, England, W8 5JE, United Kingdom | Condo
 
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Location

This condo, located in the Earls Court area of London, is near Kensington Roof Gardens, Queen Elizabeth II Great Court, Muji, and Children's Book Centre.
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Travel Blogs from London

A Guide to Parking in Bayswater

A travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on Mar 25, 2015

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... manage their own transport. There are several good reasons to do this. It can work out cheaper if you have a lot of travelling to do outside the city; and you never have to worry about being ripped off by a dodgy driver, catching the wrong bus, being stranded late at night or missing your Tube stop.

If you are staying in central London, for example in one of the hotels on Inverness Terrace in popular Bayswater, you may find that driving incurs extra charges. Parts ...

Off to the country with nothing..

A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Jan 22, 2015

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Today I left the hustle and bustle of the city and retreated to my hide-away at dear friends, Tim & Chris's place.

This is the first time I have gone to their place that isn't at the beginning/ending/joining a trip and a work stint. So I left most of everything I owned back in my house in London.

I literally took my handbag (with a fold up bag inside it to take the few things here ...

The end is nigh

A travel blog entry by oralee on Nov 08, 2014

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... to London. We decide to take a quick ride on the tube and wander around the streets a little rather than sit at the airport for 12 hours! So we hop the tube to Piccadilly and wander for a couple hours including picking up a few trinkets then the tube back to Heathrow.
Oh such disappointment no one told us the airport closes from 12-4am! No café or anything, we would have stayed downtown ...

Last Gasp of Tourist-ing

A travel blog entry by mikenmp on Oct 20, 2014

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... from Westminster Abbey and about 2 blocks from Buckingham Palace. We ate a mediocre meal with terrible service and checked out Buckingham Palace in the evening, all lit up. Mike was watching the lights go on and off in the upstairs windows, and likes to claim he saw the Queen run by one of the windows naked.

Our final morning we got up early, walked by Parliament and Big Ben along the Thames to Lambeth Palace, and back to Westminster Abbey ...

London: the last several days

A travel blog entry by georgelondon on Sep 08, 2014

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... see what this was all about and was surprised to see that maybe 90% of
the people on the street looked like immigrants from the Middle East, Asia, and
North Africa, and many were dressed in ethnic or Muslim attire. Some of the
businesses located there were the Islamic Bank of Britain, the Habib Bank, and
the East London Mosque. If this is not the center of Islam in London it
certainly is a large enclave.

A lesson was quickly learned on ...

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