Citadines Prestige South Kensington
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCitadines Prestige South Kensington London
Very comfortable and the hotel allowed our dog. Staff was very friendly and accommodating!
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Tuesday, wake-up at 4.00am, even Place did!
We're off by 8.30 to check out London. Coffee at Selfridges (No sight of Mr Selfridges), beer at Shakespeare’s Head in Carnaby Street, shopping at Harrods (yes Stacey we did get you something small).
Had a late lunch at the Herefords Inn …
... deliveries etc. It was really interesting and full of history. We saw names Iike Ashley Cooper and Fred Stolle as well as more recent champions. The museum was also interesting. A corporate debenture seat is 45 000 pound for 5 years. The cost of membership is not disclosed to the tour guides - must be the adage that if you have to ask the price then you can't afford it.Then it was off to the Chelsea Football Club at Stanford Bridge. The ...
... of look for it to find it. No matter I did find it....and from there....a bridge across the Thames that leads to the Queens walkway....I guessed it was a tourist strolling path...as there were tourists everywhere, myself included. Off I went and it is a nice path I crossed the Thames for the first time on me feet....and there looked to be a big WWII ship parked...and behind it...the London Bridge...so that was the way to go.
The path is ...
Michele still not too well and slept most of the morning. She felt a bit better in the afternoon so we took a shortish walk to the Marble Arch and Selfridges department store. This Edgware road area is now the new Beirout ? ************ Arabic face to be seen. Some nice old buildings ...
... and he said he was nearly, he was an Aussie. We had quite a talk to him, which was really interesting. Ron was asking about places he had remembered. The owner asked about our hotel - were the rooms small - yes, but not too bad. I commented that it wasn't very friendly. He said there are a lot of Polish nationals working here, and they "are not known for their warm personalities". He actually won't employ them because of their attitude. ...