Americana Hotel

Address: 172 Gloucester Place, London, England, NW2 6DS, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Northwest/Regent Park area of London, is near Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum, Sherlock Holmes Museum, Baker Street, and Sherlock Holmes Memorabilia.
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      The Final Hours in London

      A travel blog entry by megangruber on Dec 21, 2014

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      ... 12th flight of the semester. Destination: Home. When going through security, the bin with my computer, purse and liquid bag was swiped! So was one of the bins of one of the guys I was with. We both were fine. He had a very small amount of water in a water bottle, and my computer was randomly selected for a swipe test.

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      Fancy dresses and face paint

      A travel blog entry by jessica.schiesl on Nov 02, 2014

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      ... the UK's FREE healthcare system) and eventually it was time to go down to the main area for dinner. From an event planners perspective, I was keeping an observant eye on all that was taking place. I admired the table pieces, abstract structural designs on the stage, quality of the lighting, clarity and volume of the sound, and how that all came together to give the event a cohesive theme. I would say they got an A+! It was also nice to be the guest instead of the server :) ...

      London Arrival

      A travel blog entry by lizontheloose on Oct 03, 2014

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      ... did - and I felt like the coolest person ever. Then I pretty much just passed out with the window open on my Poppins-esque view: happy, happy, happy, and excited for the next 6 days in my new favourite place. ----------- What I loved: Everything. All of it. *swoon* ----------- What I learned: The tube and Oyster cards are the best. If *I* can manage a city train system without ******* up, it's perfect. Maybe my earlier revelation about always getting cabs when I've got bags needs ...

      Day 1- London, England

      A travel blog entry by jonlei on Aug 28, 2014

      20 photos

      ... our exploring. There were some stairs by London Bridge that allows you to access a walkway that runs parallel to the river. It was littered with fancy restaurants, casual coffee shops and smaller more budget friendly cafes. The menu at Cote restaurant caught our eye and famished from our travel day, decided it was time to have our first nice sit-down meal in Europe. We realized we ate a French restaurant and we weren't even in ...

      Look out London, I'm here

      A travel blog entry by hunterstrip on Aug 11, 2014


      ... trip was beginning to look like 9 hours. And of course I had to go and share my bugs with Grandy and Nanny and about an hour before we landed, Nanny got it full on, cold sweats and feeling real sick. Thankfully she came good n time to get off the plane. After walking what seemed like a million miles to get to customs we see this huge line of people. That just about did me in. about an hour later we got outside to our very patient ...