Belsize House

Address: 40 Belsize Park Gardens, London, England, NW3 4NA, United Kingdom | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Hampstead area of London, is near Freud Museum, College Farm, Hampstead Museum, and Maryon Park.
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      Tea Time with The Queen! LONDON

      A travel blog entry by vikkitor on Nov 21, 2014

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      ... things there and then I just changed my clothes and we went out to breakfast.

      Breakfast was amazing because we had English breakfast which basically consists of a sausage, beans, egg, bacon (more like ham) and toast. It wasn’t as good as an American breakfast, but it was a proper breakfast and not like in France where you only eat a croissant. After breakfast Grahamn and I went separate ways because he had class and I had to meet the ...

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      A travel blog entry by kteam on Nov 10, 2014

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      ... to Covent Garden which trendy and expensive as it is now was once the haunt of the less than desirable, apt maybe that this is where the walking tour started from.

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      Day 7 - Evening

      A travel blog entry by the10s on Sep 12, 2014

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      ... the terrace. I chose wisely. The atmosphere was perfect. There was a grand piano near the entrance and the pianist played everything from Chopin to "As Time Goes By". It is classy but unpretentious and I knew at once that I could sit here all day and people watch. I also knew that afternoon tea would be filling, but I didn't know how filling! It started with a pot of their special Georgian blend tea and some tea sandwiches. Five mouthwatering types ...

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      A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Aug 10, 2014

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      ... ornate knight's shield. The shield dated from 1475, and was so beautifully decorated that I definitely didn't need the information panel to tell me it was intended for parades rather than battle. The shield featured a young knight fighting to win the hand of a beautiful princess. The painting exemplified the virtues of courtly love that survive to this day. The inscription stuck with me in particular: vous ou la mort - you or death.

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      Look out UK The Clarke's have arrived.

      A travel blog entry by clarkefamily on Jun 13, 2014

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      ... Top floor, 3 heavy suitcases. Isabel fell asleep in the lounge one night so I had to carry her up the 6 flights of stairs. It might help counteract all the pastry one has eaten!

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