Gendai Guest House

38 Albany St., London, England, NW1 4EA, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Northwest/Regent Park area of London, is near Imperial War Museum, Cuming Museum, Kilburn, and South London Gallery.
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    A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Jun 21, 2014

    138 photos

    ... Next day, we decided to head out to the humongous Richmond Park as recommended by Amy. The closest Boris bikes we could hire was at Putney, so we caught the overland further west and took our first look at Putney. We found a cracking cafe with the coffee Cam roasts, so stopped in there for a flat white and some breakfast before we selected our highly tuned bicycles for the trip. I had looked up a bike path that would wind its way down to Richmond Park without going near any ...


    A travel blog entry by paigeazmt on May 30, 2014

    1 comment, 17 photos

    I started my day by seeking out a great coffee shop using my new favorite app on my phone, "London's Best Coffee"! It was in an old church, very cool. Then I went to the Linnean Society to look at a few things. It is a beautiful place! They took me to see Busk's portrait there, painted by his daughter. It was fund ...

    "Kids! Big Ben! Parliament!"

    A travel blog entry by nicknallygio on Apr 22, 2014

    49 photos

    ... dusk. The city of London is a surreal blend between unparalleled historical significance and breathtaking contemporary architecture. Gravity-defying modern skyscrapers with nicknames such as "The Walkie-Talkie", "The Cheese Grater", "The Gherkin" and "The Shard" (currently Europe's tallest structure) cast shadows over seemingly less impressive structures whose timeless relevance shines as bright as these oddly named architectural feats stand tall. This gap between ...

    The Tower

    A travel blog entry by teambargey on Mar 31, 2014

    1 comment, 19 photos

    ... in, but there were still a few things to see so we quickly stopped at what proved to be a lovely little food court tucked away in a corner with lots of different options. With some energy renewed, we headed to the Medieval section which contained some reproduced and original sections going back to Edward I and Henry VI (latter thought to be stabbed during prayer). We then finished up via the Torture area in the Bloody Tower (slightly eery) and then the ...


    A travel blog entry by jimmcauliffe on Feb 21, 2014

    9 photos

    ... by the time we'd finished, it was heaving. Some of the photos on display were fantastic.....not just the various celebrities, but the ones showing the East End in the 60s.
    We grabbed a quick coffee in the basement cafe (message to NPG - get a decent coffee machine!), and then wondered over Hungerford Bridge to meet the Westons & Garretts - we were 5 mins late, and they were all there, on time!

    It was a good job we had booked at Pizza Express, as not long ...

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