The Belvedere

52-54 Norfolk Square, London, England, W2 1RT, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
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Hop aboard London!

A travel blog entry by dillardstravels


... Grant insisted. Breathless at the top, and clamoring for oxygen, we divided into 2 groups. We sat across the open dome from each other and began whispering messages. Supposedly, there is an acoustic phenomenon where if you whisper something on the wall of one side, a second later it clearly transmits to the other side. Sharon and the kids said they could hear Tiff and George whispering. Tiffani didn't hear anything but the people next to her talking. George thinks maybe ...

All over and everywhere

A travel blog entry by go_gifford


... We went back into London to visit the Tower of London. It was originally a Royal Palace where the King would lived. It still houses the Crown Jewels for the modern day monarchy. Dan & Alex loved looking at the big diamonds, rubys and gold. They liked even more looking at the weapons in the Towers Armoury. Plenty of swords, arrows, guns and other weaponry. We left at closing time and decieded that we might do a twilight stroll in Trafalgar Square.

The large bronze ...

Dutiful Disclaimer & Day One

A travel blog entry by truthfulle

... between coat check and the cab ride home, I lost my wallet and my phone. It is important to note that we were in more than one taxi BUT the first cabbie requested an advanced fare, Abi called him a racist (we were with a young black man, a friend of Abi's) and we left in a hurry. It's possible that I left at least one of my items in the cab..

Anyway, I cried myself to "sleep", if you can even call it that, that night.
The next morning, and most of the day, was a *****.

Galleries and crime

A travel blog entry by sindlen

Today we headed to the National Gallery and the National Portrait Gallery. First stop, the cloak room and then a stop for a warming cup of tea (it was raining outside). We started with the Sainsbury Wing and followed the order of the rooms, and then made our way over to the older part of the gallery, where another sustaining cup of tea was called for. It is an amazing collection and interesting to follow in date order so you can ...

Day 5: The One Where Aidan Hurt His Knee

A travel blog entry by linzandthehiv


In a discussion last night, Aidan and I decided that it might be more advantageous to skip the London Pass (which, in theory, is a great idea, but which in practice and for our purposes would be too restrictive for what we wanted to do) and plan for six major outings to paid locations around the city, and to group other free activities around those paid ones to maximize time and minimize travel costs.

We decided that the Tower of London, the ...

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This 2 star hotel, located in the Lancaster Gate area of London, is near Hyde Park Stables, Ross Nye Stables, Alfies Antiques Market, and Alfie's Antique Market.
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