La Gaffe

Address: 107-111 Heath Street, London, England, NW3 6SS, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Hampstead area of London, is near South Bank Centre, Fenton House, Old Hampstead Village, and Picasso's Place.
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      Mostly the Science Museum

      A travel blog entry by ian.case on Dec 31, 2014

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      A delayed start this morning when Amy realised at the front door of the hotlel that she had forgot her gloves, then discovered tht her room keycard no longer worked and that Jessamy had left her card and wallet in the room also. Nevertheless we arrived at the Science Museum before it opened and we some of the first to enter. Dad and Keely walked around and easily filled in ...

      Worth - Visiting Unique Shops in London

      A travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on Dec 02, 2014

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      ... from statues, children’s fancy dress costumes, fairy dust, cosmetics, and party supplies and all the items in this shop seem to have been lifted straight out of a fairy tale. The shop has items both for girls and for boys who can buy items such as pirate and knight themes. Moreover, the shop offers entertainers who can completely mesmerise the kids if they are hired for making the kids’ tea or birthday party memorable. ...

      Again

      A travel blog entry by daily4 on Oct 06, 2014

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      ... to my ever growing reputra of house sitting. ever stick a needle in a cat? I have.

      braved seething crowds to check out some of the street and covered Sunday markets where I did manage to find a few presents despite them not being for the specific people I went out looking for. as space in the new pack is non existent and with postal prices being so crazy I have to be careful of my lavish spending. that and my financial situation of current unemployment which I'm trying ...

      Day 6 'The Cock O'the North' Train Tour

      A travel blog entry by rmproct on Sep 23, 2014

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      Very early start today, breakfast at 6.30 and left the hotel by 7.15 to catch the Highland Chieftain back to King's Cross London. All was well until we got about 1/2 hour out of Inverness when they had just served coffee, the train started jerking and then pulled to a stop. We had brake problems! So delayed again, this time they got the train going ...

      The next several days

      A travel blog entry by georgelondon on Sep 05, 2014

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      ... and a self-propelled gun (i.e., cannons on wheels) on a track with left and right turns. These vehicles, with their thick exteriors, can go fast. If you pay attention you can see the instructor put a rubber ring around the hatch out of which the driver’s head is peering; this to prevent getting a mouthful of broken teeth in case the vehicle makes a sudden stop.

      After the school was over I went back to Winchester to visit the famous cathedral. Unlike ...