The Regal Guest House

Address: 170 Golders Green Road, London, England, NW11 9BY, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Northwest/Regent Park area of London, is near Fenton House, Bloomsbury, Spaniards Inn, and Guidephone.
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    Memory Lane SW3

    A travel blog entry by firstofdecember on Mar 25, 2015

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    ... suitcases. Guess who owned them. Two rude and ignorant Aussies! Our experiences Down Under left us marked for life, yet there are of course exceptions. Those two being an exception of our exception. We dumped everything at the conveniently located Ruskin Hotel, which is a quick stroll from the British Museum and got on the tube again for Chelsea. Even though we didn't get to see the ...

    London Eye – the most iconic attraction in L

    A travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on Jan 28, 2015

    ... on the London Eye, especially if you try and spot them during your circuit beforehand. The South Bank area of London itself is also full of fantastic cafes and restaurants, which would make a great place to stop for refreshment either before or after your time on the Eye. The London Eye’s location also makes it the ideal place to visit if you are staying in a hotel close to the centre of London. In fact, if ...

    India... Incredible India... :-)

    A travel blog entry by elliottjulia on Jan 11, 2015

    ... were so delicious... I loved seafood from South India and i loved exploring street food in North India. I've tested my stomach and I have to thank the gods of food and digestion that these brave experiments never resulted in anything more than an upset stomach here and there. We have bought about 4 kg of spices, so i will try to do more authentic Indian cooking back home. Seeing very poor developing country made me appreciate very sharply that i'm living a ...

    Sight Seeing - Sometimes More than Once

    A travel blog entry by emmadingle on Sep 28, 2014

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    ... the zero longitude point dividing East from west by the Prime Meridian. People line up, as we did, to have their photo taken on the line. Back to London and the Tube to Harrods for a quick look and a Dim Sum and Champagne. Lovely! Granny was feeling a little tired so we decided to try a local Lebanese restaurant for dinner. Lovely food. Another great day in London. Missing you all. Mum ...


    A travel blog entry by jukes on Aug 26, 2014

    ... of the train we saw as we thought it was going to leave, then I managed to carry my bag thru the commuters while kev endeavored to drag his two thru them, was a bit like Mr Bean all over again!!!! We actually had plenty of time to get off and walk along the platform. Oh, this was even better, has anyone ever dragged a couple of suitcases on to an escalator that's 50mtrs long and practically vertical, then had the ...