Curzon Plaza

56 Curzon Street, London, England, W1Y 7PF, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from London

Only 10 People Were Speaking English

A travel blog entry by mark_robyn

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... 1822 French scholar Jean-Francois Champollion made the connection that the hieroglyphs were not just pictures but a language which unlocked a new understanding of ancient Egypt. The stone was discovered by Napoleon's troops in 1799 when they were digging the foundations of a new fort near the town of el-Rashid (Rosetta). The stone was turned over to the British as part of the 1801 Treaty of Alexandria ...

Another Hop-On, Hop-Off Bus day

A travel blog entry by westolz

SUNDAY, MAY 11, 2014 - FOURTEENTH DAY (Mother's Day)

We talked about Mother''s Day but since neither Jan nor I are mothers to Robert or Wayne, there wasn't much celebration!

We met at 9:00 (my kind of meeting time) and walked down the street in Kensington to a cafe that we had seen earlier that served breakfast. It was called the Giraffe. Jan, Robert and Wayne ordered omelets. Robert asked if toast came with the omelet and was told it didn't, but ...

London (Day 3)

A travel blog entry by a_warner

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In case you didn't realize it, today was a long, fun-filled day. I started out at 9 am and returned at around 9 pm. I walked about 10 miles in total and got rained on on at least three different occasions. Lucky for me I was with my grandmother, her friend Sue and Sue's grandson Alex. Sue frequents London often for plays and music so she was our tour guide for the day. Thank goodness we had her because London, unlike New York, doesn't have the city ...

The Woes of Jetlag

A travel blog entry by b_btravel

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... by the old man left us on foot walking the river Thames toward Big Ben and Westminster Abbey. Finally a chance for a sightseeing photo! We ended our first day with a pint of dark ale for me and a hot chocolate for Bec in a typical London pub overlooking the Thames. Oh I did forget to mention in typical English fashion it started raining and got dark at around 4:30pm! Who needs sunlight to enjoy London anyway! ...

Dinner at St. John

A travel blog entry by zaynard

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... amp; horseradish; and Roast bone marrow & parsley salad. OMFG! The funny thing is, all of Fergus's food reminds me of my chef, Chris Cosentino's food. The tongue salad and bone marrow are exactly as they would have been at my restaurant, and they were perfect! Expertly prepared lamb tongue, sliced nice and thin, chilled and tossed with green beans, a little mint and some anchovy dressing. Nothing more, nothing less. The marrow bones, cut chimney style alongside toast and ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the Mayfair area of London, is near Apsley House (The Wellington Museum), Curzon Soho, Palm Beach Casino, and Spa Club.
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