Blakes Hotel

33 Roland Gardens, London, England, SW7 3PF, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
Prices starting from $405.00
 

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Riding a rollercoaster

A travel blog entry by curious1

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... Oct-Dec), as I came to London, with grand ideas of going to the theatre, visiting museums and markets, and travelling around the UK, Europe, the Middle east and Africa. The only things I could do were museums, markets and parks, and thankfully Tonia was there to join me on our excursions. I think Greenwich (the Ethiopian food!) Market, and Borough market (salted beef sandwich and brownies), are my favourite markets! It was also a lot of fun to go to the observatory, and stand on ...

City

A travel blog entry by saraann

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... is. We then crossed the bridge over near Big Ben and Westminster Abbey. The carvings on the buildings are so ornate, and you can see them from quite far away. The gold is really neat, too - basically it's way more impressive than I thought it would be, based on pictures I've seen. On our way to Trafalgar Square (we never quite made it there) we walked past Houses of Parliament, and then through St. James Park, which was gorgeous. There were ...

Our Flat

A travel blog entry by tnetennba

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Our flat sits in a post-WW II building, comprising 16 total flats. Ours is on the 3rd floor (which is 4th floor to us Americans, as the British count the ground floor as floor 0). There is no lift, so it's stairs all the way (62, as I have discovered). We only have one neighbour on the 3rd floor, so it’s pretty quiet. We do have a balcony with a tremendous view of the back garden and various greenery surrounding us. The kitchen ...

""I'm sorry did you say something"

A travel blog entry by tomholmes

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... to all of the above that when I'm in some foreign airport and all the instructions are being bellowed out in some language I've never even heard off, I am not responsible if I make any of the above mistakes. if that wasn't enough already I then get confronted by an annoyingly cheerful trolley dolly (although he was a bloke so they may have a different job title for him). after buying a water he murmurs to himself "I ...

Day 24: The One With The Repeat Visits

A travel blog entry by linzandthehiv

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... d purposefully returned. It's a testament to how much there is in this city though, that even in revisiting some of these locations, we learned so much new information.

Today was made up of two major sites: The Royal Albert Hall and Westminster Abbey. Dedicated readers will know we've walked by the Royal Albert Hall on a few occasions, and took quite a few photos of the memorial statue of Prince Albert (Queen Victoria's husband who died in 1861.) We'd ...

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This 4 star hotel, located in the Brompton area of London, is near South Bank, Bluebird-The King's Road Gastrodrome, Seven Dials, and Christie's South Kensington.
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