DoubleTree By Hilton - London Hyde Park

Address: 150 Bayswater Road, London, England, W2 4RT, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Hyde Park area of London, is near Fat Tire Bike Tours London, Columbia Road Flower Market, Leisurebox, and Docklands.
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          Tuesday in London

          A travel blog entry by redrobin52 on Aug 05, 2015

          9 photos

          ... place but very hot, probably due to having a glass roof and was very crowded. After lunch at a lovely little cafe nearby, the afternoon was spent shopping, or at least window shopping in Regent Street and Picadilly Circus. Very expensive area but some very famous shops there including Liberty (from the TV show), Hamelys toy store where Ian was drooling over the models and other high end shops. Feet are now propped up ...

          England Scotland and Paris

          A travel blog entry by livesnake on Jul 26, 2015

          1 comment, 57 photos

          ... clothes

          and were OFF to see London! Immediately took a Guide Friday tour (they are all
          over the

          UK) so we could get an overview of the city. Afterward we walked to Piccadilly
          Circus

          which is an enormous shopping & entertainment area and to Trafalgar Square (it's just like

          all the pictures--My Fair Lady revisited--Connie treated us to Phantom of the
          Opera

          ...

          Shopping with a side of literature and Song

          A travel blog entry by nick.lattner on May 07, 2015

          4 photos

          ... Google Streetview. You can go inside the Tardis from street view.

          From there we ventured to a small shopping neighborhood called the Seven Dials, due to the fact that it is fanned out in the fashion of a sundial. It was a great little shopping area, and I found a nice little secondhand store that I picked up a shirt at. Nearby was the British Library. While this wasn't a major ...

          James Tarner - Day 9

          A travel blog entry by ess311 on Jan 14, 2015

          2 photos

          ... over time but this time we got to ride bikes! Some amazing views and great exercise we all learned a ton from our very knowledgable tour guide. Some stops we got to see where some industrial areas, a channel, BMX track, tennis courts, field hockey stadium, the energy plant, copper box, and so much more stuff made for the 2012 London ...

          In the realms of kings, queens and statesmen

          A travel blog entry by jennymgg on Oct 23, 2014

          ... poet Adam Lindsay Gordon. The Abbey was massive. You don't realise just how big it is until you go inside and see all the chapels. It was amazing to see who was buried there and all the sculptures and memorials on display. I stood on the altar where William and Kate were married and where Diana's coffin lay during her funeral. It was exciting to walk among royals. We got back on the bus. A guide at the bus stop had told us that last tickets at St Paul's Cathedral would ...