Dunheved Hotel

Address: 639-641 London Road, London, England, CR7 6AZ, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Spring Grove area of London, is near Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, Kew Palace and Queen Charlotte's Cottage, Syon House and Park, and Isleworth Recreation Centre.
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M&Ms and a girl called Cath

A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Oct 31, 2014

... We got up at 5:30am.
That's got to be a good start to any story!
"We got up..." Even that is good.
Anywho! We were up early to catch a train to Glasgow!
A few months back I called Katie in a hurry and asked if she wanted to pay 20 for a professional photoshoot. Yes was ...


A travel blog entry by minecrafter on Sep 14, 2014

Today we had a free day and went to the Natural history Museum - unfortunately the dinosaur section eas closed but we saw fossils, information on volcanoes and earthquakes. In the Earthquake section there was a real life experience of the 1995 Tokyo earthquake. It was very scary to experience. the ground shook very fast and hard for around 20 seconds which seemed like a long time. I ...

Leaving the UK...but only just!.

A travel blog entry by nmcoleman on Aug 27, 2014

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... a small place eh? Thursday evening, got to my guest house in Baga, Goa...after guess what?? More traffic...though I'd left behind that on M25!! So far....LOTS of rain, lots of chilling, reading and lots of cows and motorbikes! Strange as I thought I'd be doing more sun worshipping...I could try lying on the beach...but I'd get washed away..the waves are fierce and rain torrential at times. Anyway, this is just prep time...prep for ...


A travel blog entry by kellynsmith on Jul 22, 2014

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... A really great feature in England is that all the museums are free! Thus means no lines and saving a few pounds. The British Museum was busy, but it is so big that you hardly notice. We checked out the Egyptian section first and saw some great artefacts like sarcophagi, jewellery, and even mummified animals like cats, a fish and a crocodile! Evan was talking about mummifying Nate afterwards... We also saw the Rosetta Stone, which Evan wormed his way ...

Oxford Street Tides

A travel blog entry by jennrdickman on Jul 05, 2014

... to mind a heavy focus on shopping. In the US, a main street is not so notably titled as such, and it may also be known for restaurants. But both are prime, busy areas in their associated country.

As for the perceived connotation of taste, status, and general opinion associated with these streets, Virginia Woolf's 1931 "Oxford Street Tide" has a strong, mostly negative opinion. Now that I have witnessed the UK high streets and ...