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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    Two days and a trip to Hogwarts

    A travel blog entry by ryanclarke0809 on Jun 29, 2015

    16 photos

    ... the stink eye people gave as I walked straight past them (for the record, I did not feel guilty at all).

    A couple of photos are attached but Windsor Castle is an pretty impressive abode that was casually built buy William the Conqueror in the 11th century. After my visit, I reckon I have a few decorating and interior design ideas for when I finally decide to buy a house that are sure to look pretty swanky.

    Probably one of the more impressive features ...

    Conquered travel sickness!

    A travel blog entry by veritybignell on Jun 23, 2015

    I had about 8-10 people saying goodbye to me at the airport and I feel so blessed to have such great friends and family. It was really really overwhelming having so many people there and I started to get quite nervous so I went through a bit earlier than I was initially going to. Saying goodbye to everyone was really hard because I see my friends and family pretty much everyday. Katie started crying as soon as she went to say goodbye and ...

    We are missing the washing fairy

    A travel blog entry by gill.peterhosie on May 20, 2015

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... 160;Fortunately there was one within a few minutes walk.  In with a mixed load of washing for £4 and half an hour later (and for us coffee at a local cafe while we waited), the majority of the washing was placed into  a fast speed spinner for 40 pence and then into a drier.  We completed the drying of a week's washing for 80 pence.  So great value for £5 and 20 pence.   We now have clean clothes for the next few days. Where we ...

    Day of Churches: Westminster and Shakespeare

    A travel blog entry by emily.picardi on Apr 08, 2015

    3 photos

    ... the place where it all started. When the globe starts their outdoor season I'll be buying tickets to see shows there. Shakespeare shows. At the Globe. I'm dead from excitement.

    After the tour we continued to the Rose to see King Lear. Show was good, but nothing super special. What was special was the Rose itself. The Rose playhouse isn't actually a playhouse. It's an archeological dig site. It's all underground and they usher you onto ...

    All the sites

    A travel blog entry by abbacus.walsh on Dec 29, 2014

    Day 4

    Last night I opted to go out and explore London East End- Brick Lane and Liverpool Square in particular. This area was advertised as "the Mecca for all Middle Eastern, Indian, Bangladeshi, and Pakistani cultures in London". I was all for it, unfortunately, not everyone in the group had a firm grasp of what a Middle Eastern area of a city is like. Not everyone has the great appreciation for ...