Premier Inn London Hammersmith

Address: 255 King Street, London, England, W6 9LU, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Ravenscourt Park area of London, is near Olympia Exhibition Hall, Chiswick House, Riverside Studios, and Hogarth's House.
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    Camden Markets and Nottinghill

    A travel blog entry by lashez on Oct 18, 2015

    ... We ended up getting BLT's which were still pretty good.

    We continued walking the markets finding some quirky stores, one selling shoes that could kill you if you were kicked. Covered in studs, chains and buckles they were pretty extreme so we went in just to look. After walking through the clothing areas we found more food areas and one donut vendor that was surrounded by ...

    London, Day 2

    A travel blog entry by matt.gregory on Sep 08, 2015

    1 comment, 8 photos

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    England and Scandinavia

    A travel blog entry by peterica on Jul 13, 2015

    6 comments, 61 photos

    ... the house became the occasional summer hunting manor for the Victorian, Agar Robartes family. After many descendants but no living heirs, the house was reluctantly taken over by the National Trust in the 1940's. The house today was full of tourists and children on school holidays, but the inside was beautifully presented, especially the layout of the late addition of the kitchen, post fire, and the curved ornate ceiling in the Jacobite Room. (See Photos). We also loved the formal ...

    Day 5 London to paris

    A travel blog entry by jowinfield on May 09, 2015

    ... Oh my goodness... The traffic, no lines , cars coming from all directions circling the Arch. Very scary for the uninitiated. Went round the square into Champs Elysses and got off bus outside the restaurant. All had about 35 minutes to look around, watch the ceremony of the lighting of the eternal flame (there was a military band followed by group of veterans, scouts, other cadets and general populace of some French town). ...


    A travel blog entry by sportsmedicine on Jan 15, 2015

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    ... back on the Tube (train/subway system) I stopped at Buckingham Palace and snapped a couple pictures. I wish I would have made it for a changing of the guards but that didn't happen. After seeing the play, I made a quick stop to the famous platform 9 3/4. It is the platform used in the Harry Potter movies that simply doesn't exists in real life. It is a middle platform through a brick wall that was stage played just for the ...