Ryder Street Chambers Serviced Apartments

Address: 3 Ryder St, London, SW1Y 6PY, London, England, SW1Y 6PY, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Westminster/Belgravia area of London, is near James J. Fox & Robert Lewis, Alfred Dunhill, Davidoff of London, and L.K. Bennett.
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    They're here!

    A travel blog entry by turkey_to_tt on Jun 25, 2015

    6 comments, 42 photos

    ... about this trip with them we asked where they would like to go. All three agreed that LEGOLAND was a high priority so we decided that would be where we started. Greg and I had never heard of LEGOLAND but the children knew exactly what to expect. We had purchased our tickets on-line months in advance so that meant we did not have to queue at the entry gate. First stop was the Starwars exhibition with every imaginable Lego model of characters, Starfighters and ...

    The sceptre makes it to London

    A travel blog entry by bvrlymm on Apr 15, 2015

    5 comments, 36 photos

    ... and way more delicious than the fish & chips we have been eating.

    Covent Garden is London's oldest square. Now home to a Starbucks, Disney Store and Pret a Manger (the ubiquitous food chain), it has lost some of its original charm.

    The theatre choices are overwhelming. We decide on The Book of Mormon as it is a musical comedy about mormon missionaries in, of all places, Uganda. Irreverent in the extreme, it pokes fun at just ...

    Big Ben: the iconic symbol of Great Britain

    A travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on Jan 27, 2015

    ... with the two upper floors serving as offices and committee rooms. The place has a long and chequered history having been destroyed in a fire, witnessed violent public protests and being bombed during WWII. Despite all it has been through it still stands tall and mighty symbolic of endurance in the face of adversity. A common misconception among most who visit the city is that Big Ben is the clock ...

    M&Ms and a girl called Cath

    A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Oct 31, 2014

    ... style="line-height: 25.5599994659424px;">I hopped on the bus to Aberdeen then. A certain Katie and I needed a catch up.
    And so that was the rest of my day...a sick-from-the-cold Lisa taking up three seats on a bus sleeping and coughing. Woo.
    Lisa xo
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    London, BABY!

    A travel blog entry by gthznathan on Oct 19, 2014

    485 photos

    ... the date on the ticket was for tomorrow. We looked at ours and so it was! We booked online and got the days mixed up! Whoops, well we were on now. It started spitting again, but we could still see most of London. Views of St. Paul's Cathedral, Buckingham Palace (and its very empty forecourt compared to yesterday. Later we realised that this was because the police had blocked it off for security measures as HM would be leaving the Palace today.), Big Ben and ...