Aaron House

17 Courtfield Gardens, London, England, SW5, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Knightsbridge/Earl's Court/Kensington area of London, is near Seven Dials, Baden-Powell House, Queen Elizabeth II Great Court, and La Vigneronne.
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The Foxes of London

A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Aug 10, 2014

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... was swamped with visitors. It was so busy that they were giving out tickets for timed entry. When Liam and my tickets came up we walked into the exhibit and were quite impressed by the detail, presentation and content of the exhibit. I have said it before and I will say it again: Britain has the best museums in the world. Unlike other European countries (cough Greece cough) they know how to present things in an informative and interactive way, drawing the audience in. Best of all, ...

Week 15 was a whirlwind of emotion and fun.

A travel blog entry by lesliegugger on May 22, 2014

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... Every important milestone in my friendship with Leandra, all of the first times and all of the last times. It hit me, it hit me hard. I couldn't stop smiling, we have experienced so many incredible things, met fantastic people and most importantly we found miss pieces of our selves. We grew as individuals immensely but when we grew, we grew together always there to have the others back. If I didn't go on this trip I would be a totally different person to that I am today. No one ...

London days 4, 5 and 6!

A travel blog entry by jilly56 on Apr 22, 2014

2 comments, 23 photos

Easter Sunday dawned cloudy grey and wet! We set off for Oxford Street for the Easter Service at the Salvation Army Regent Hall. We stopped along the way and had a nice warm cup of coffee and also to buy a brolly! The streets were very quiet today as nothing is open - only cafes and souvenir shops. The service was 11am - I have wanted to go to Regents Hall for years and this has been my only chance. It was packed so we sat upstairs looking down. The service was ...

London and Edinburgh

A travel blog entry by calicait on Apr 21, 2014

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... There were so many of them! It was kind of creepy with all of them staring back at you, but nonetheless, it was neat to see all of the royal family line.

As we continued the audio tour, it led us to an outside section. It was one of the most beautiful things I have ever seen. Right outside, attached to the manor were the ruins of an old Abbey. The skeleton of the abbey still stands, but the ground and ceiling were gone. We were still able to see the ...

Christmas Facts

A travel blog entry by lauren-alice on Dec 17, 2013


... red symbolises the blood of Christ, and gold represents light as well as wealth and royalty.

5. The custom of decorating a Christmas tree has been traced back to the 15th century.

6. 'Silent Night' was written when a choir's organ broke down.

7. Why December 25?
Christian leaders in 336 AD set the date of Christmas to December 25 in an attempt to eclipse a popular pagan holiday in Rome ...

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